However that is a whole other article worth of information. Relaxing the grip as much as possible or adding a little tip weight will clear this up. November 1, 2013 at 11: The reference to ….. The above brief description sets forth rather broadly the more important features of the present invention in order that the detailed description thereof that follows may be better understood, and in order that the present contributions to the art may be better appreciated.
The archery bow stabilizer and vibration reducer of claim 9 wherein O rings may be located between the cylindrical body of the base unit and the tube body.
A heavy front-end weight combined with a rubber dampener directly behind it is designed so to assist in canceling out vibration. A bracket 58 is attached to the rotatable cap 36 for retaining the sliding bar 52 on the cap 36. The foregoing disadvantages are overcome by the unique archery bow stabilizer apparatus of the present invention as will be made apparent from the following description thereof.
An even further object of the present invention is to provide a new and improved archery bow stabilizer apparatus which is susceptible of a low cost of manufacture with regard to both materials and labor, and which accordingly is then susceptible of low prices of sale to the consuming public, thereby making such archery bow stabilizer apparatus available to the buying public.
For now, lets say you have a total of 14 ounces on your bow not including the rods themselves. US6634348B2 en. A high MOI is very resistant to torque. The O rings prevent direct contact of the end of tube body with the base unit and allow for a tight fit of the tube body to the base unit and also aids in reducing vibration.
It is also important to note that it is virtually impossible to hold the bow completely steady.
Adding a nut or spacer to the interior of the bolt 44 effectively lengthens or shortens the exterior protrusion of attachment bolt 44. Many arbitrarily put weight against the riser, many use side rods or V-Bar kits, because everyone else uses them. The weight is in the front of the stabilizer, serving as a counterbalance, and is what keeps the bow stable when being shot.
If it drops down move the weight back. Softening the bow movement with stabilizers and gaining better balance, helps the bow feel lighter and stay on target with less effort.
The long rod goes into the handle section of the bow, giving a permanent connection between the handle and the v-bar and acting as a shock absorber, and it can be used on both recurve and compound bows.
The bands 47 , referred to as Upper Frequency Oppression UFO bands are designed from an elostomer material which acts to reduce and absorb vibration resonance transferred into the stabilizer during the act of firing the bow. In addition, a lock assembly may be provided for locking the spring-tension-adjusting assembly in a predetermined position.
By concentrating the weight as far from the center of the tube as possible, the stabilizer is employing leverage to aid in balancing the bow on its transverse axis.
If there is a problem in one area it creates problems in the other areas.
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