The stabilizer is a device for the bow, reducing its vibration and, thereby, allowing a more accurate shot. The usefulness of the stabilizer is sufficiently confirmed by practice, therefore, all sports bows are equipped with it, with the exception of bows for firing without a body kit (barebow) and beam biathlon.
The sporting bows are equipped with long stabilizers and systems, designed to damp out the harmonic vibrations of the bow adversely affecting the accuracy of shooting, as well as on the skeleton of the shooter.
Hunting bows are equipped with special short stabilizers, which are a compromise between requiring an accurate shot and the inconvenience of a long stabilizer in the field.
The stabilizer system is, as a rule, a complex of several bi-directional stabilizers with a tee, vibration dampers and weights, which allows to achieve the most accurate shot.
The extender helps to shift the center of gravity of the system forward, it lengthens the stabilizing structure. Pick up loads to rebuild the balance and weight of the system. Tees allow you to screw the side stabilizers