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LimbSaver LS Hunter Lite 7-Inch Stabilizer Recommended Special Campaign Bow

LimbSaver LS Hunter Lite Bow Stabilizer, 7-Inch

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LimbSaver LS Hunter Lite Bow Stabilizer, 7-Inch

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Product description

Featuring a sleek yet rugged design, the LS Hunter Lite bow stabilizer is LimbSaver's lightest stabilizer yet. Measuring 7 inches long and weighing just 3.5 ounces, the carbon fiber frame is packed full of vibration dampening technology designed to knock out noise and hand shock.

"span"The removable Broadband node is made from LimbSaver's proprietary NAVCOM technology (Noise and Vibration Control Material), which is designed to neutralize vibration to help reduce bow jump and improve your bow's balance. Coordinate your camouflage with eight popular patterns.

Using state-of-the-art technologies, LimbSaver produces highly effective noise- and vibration-dampening products for archery and firearm products, including bow stabilizers, recoil pads, rifle slings, and more. Proudly engineered and hand-made in the USA, LimbSaver products are widely used by outdoor enthusiasts, military, law enforcement, and more.


From the manufacturer

S-Coil HD S-Coil Windjammer LS Hunter LS Hunter Lite AWS Modular
Stabilizer Design Continuous Spiral Round Sectional Tube with Dampening Node End Tube with Broadband Dampening Node End Tube with Broadband Dampening Node End Skeletonized Adjustable Weight System
Size 4.5 inches 4.5 inches 7 inches 9.5 inches 7 inches 6.5- and 9.5-inch lengths
Weight 4.5 ounces 6.4 ounces 6.0 ounces 6.2 ounces 3.6 ounces
HD Camouflage
Tube Construction 6061 Aircraft-Grade Aluminum Carbon Fiber Carbon Fiber
Removable Node
Customizable System
Optional Balancing System
Vibration-Dampening NAVCOM Material

LimbSaver LS Hunter Lite Bow Stabilizer, 7-Inch

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