The reliability of the Bee Stinger Sport Hunter Xtreme Stabilizer is well known among archers. It is a solid product with an unassuming design and enough customization to get the perfect balance your bow needs. At a glance it looks deceptively simple with a basic bar and weight at the end. However, what lies beneath is a well thought out and effective design that will truly add stability.
Made out of carbon fiber this stabilizer is tough. There are no aesthetic frills or holes cut into the body to create weak points. It is simply a durable stabilizer that does what is meant to. It does, however, come in a variety of color and camo options, including popular Realtree and Lost Camo. There is an option for just about any compound bow.
Bee Stinger Stabilizer Specs
The Bee Stinger stabilizer comes in three length options. The shortest is the 6 inch, followed by an 8 inch model, and finally a long 10 inch model. The 6 inch bar weighs 3.85 ounces, the 8 inch bar weighs 4.18 ounces, and the 10 inch bar weighs 4.45 ounces. This already sounds pretty great for having the freedom to choose which length best suits your bow.
What is even more impressive is that the Bee Stinger is designed to be customized by adding up to three 1 ounce weights to the end of the stabilizer. This creates an awesome amount of customization in setup to find the best weight and length for your bow. All three weights can be added or removed as needed.
This stabilizer also has a built in deresonator where the weights attach to. In addition, beneath the surface of this seemingly bland design is a Sims Internal Harmonic Dampener that pairs nicely with the deresonator to significantly reduce vibration and shock. This, combined with the stability of the weight and length, creates an ideal shooting experience and encourages consistency that results in tighter groups and more confidence both at the range and in the field.
Bee Stinger Stabilizer-Worth it or Not?
It may seem too good to be true to have such a reliable product with this amount of customization options and color schemes to choose from. The only real concern here is if you are willing to pay a higher price for a stabilizer. It costs a pretty penny, depending on the size and finish, compared to other top ranking options.
However, even if it is not the most eye catching design, it is definitely a stabilizer worth the investment due to the results alone. Being in control of just how much weight is needed to get the ideal balance is a worthwhile feature in a compound bow stabilizer. The internal intricacies that reduce vibration and help to further steady the shots are more than just a bonus, they are integral to the design. This is a stabilizer that is definitely worth the money.