The HD Series of stabilizers is a perfect blend of Stokerized technology and the proven performance of Mathews Harmonic Dampeners & Harmonic Stabilizers. We offer many different lengths and styles to accommodate any shooting style or personal preference. Each stabilizer matched perfectly to the bow will produce a rock solid hold while aiming and deaden any noise and vibration upon every shot.
The Patented (US Pat. 9086,250) Stokerized SS1 has redefined how hardcore bowhunters view the functionality of their hunting stabilizer. Our revolutionary stabilizer design allows every archer to improve the performance of their bow regardless of riser torque induced from sights, rests, quivers, bow geometry, and hand pressure. We can achieve superior performance in a single stabilizing unit because we have incorporated three primary adjustments into one. Perfectly balancing your bow is as simple as following our Basic Three-Step Setup. In just three easy adjustments, you can eliminate unwanted radical bow movements by positioning, transferring, and distributing weight in and around the vertical axis of the bow precisely where you need it.
1. Start with the SS1 bracket as low and tight to the riser as possible. If the top half of the bow is rolling or canting towards the opposite side from which the stabilizer is mounted upon the shot, move the bracket up in small increments until the bow maintains an upright position throughout the shot. If this method is unsuccessful, you may need to add weight to the stabilizer and repeat this technique.
2. Start with the stabilizer rod centered in the SS1 bracket. If the bow is falling forward aggressively, slide the stabilizer rod back in small increments until the bow maintains an upright position throughout the shot. If sliding the rod back in this technique is not enough, add weight in small increments and repeat this technique.
3. Start with the stabilizer rod centered in the SS1 bracket. If the bow is tipping back aggressively, slide the stabilizer rod forward in small increments until the bow maintains an upright position throughout the shot. If sliding the rod forward in this technique is not enough, add eight in small increments and repeat this technique.