Max Jax Stabilizer Dampener
Vibration in your bow arm is hard fact to just deal with and there are a variety of reasons an archer can find himself in this situation. Improper or not enough dampening is an easy fix for this situation. Frankly, I was unsure if I was in this situation with my Hoyt Ultra Elite target bow. The other reason an archer may be experiencing too much bow vibration is a much more costly solution. It is quite possible that the arrows aren’t receiving all the kinetic energy during the release and that your body is absorbing the punishing extra force and probably experiencing painful results. I say the solution is costly due to the necessity of acquiring heavier arrows or making your existing arrows heavier by changing out components and paying close attention to the FOC (Front of Center).
By my discovery of the BowJax product, I was able to go down the less costly path and solved my painful bow hand vibration issue by adding a couple of Stabilizer Dampeners. Instantly, I was able determine a huge change in the vibration of the bow after just a single shot. I shoot a stabilizing system of 1 large front bar with a side bar and I attached 1 of the Max Jax Stabilizer Dampeners to ends of each of the rods. To further test my theory out of not enough dampening versus the arrow not heavy enough I brought several arrows of differing weights to the range. Sure enough the vibration occurred with each arrow and further guided me to a dampening solution.
Quick Stats for the Max Jax Stabilizer Dampener
MaxJax Stabilizer Dampener
.6 ounces each
9/16″ to 1″ diameter rods
- Manufacturer’s Web Site: http://shop.bowjax.com/c/max-jax-stabilizer-dampeners
- Amazon Link: Bowjax Super Size Max Jax Stabilizer Dampener, Black
The Max Jax Stabilizer Dampener on my Hoyt Ultra Elite