Man i have been saying if i sold my e35 it would be to buy a 37 for hunting. Looking for adding a different side bar on my 35, what did u have on yours. Right now i have a AEP and its pretty light. Sorry for the highjackPa.Bone said:I have a QAD HDX on one of my bows and Vapor Trail Micro Elite on another. Both great rests. The Micro Elite is limb driven and can be driven by the top or bottom limb so there is no chance of your rest effecting cam timing on a binary cam bow and you can switch between a target or hunter launcher. I will be using a 10 inch Bee Stinger hunter extreme on my Elite Victory 37 for hunting and may add a side bar, but the victory 37 holds so steady without a side bar I don't think the extra weight would be worth it for hunting.
I think what stab you choose has a lot to do with the bow you are shooting. If its a past parallel limb design it will most likely be pretty dead in your hand at the shot. If its an older bow you may want a heavier stab with an internal dampener to help keep it dead in the hand. Most bows today an 8 or 10 inch stab with 3 to 5 ounces of weight should be plenty for hunting.Blb8698 said:Right now I have a Nap Apache 8 inch stabilizer. I'm happy w it but looking for something alittle better. Same thing w my rest i have a Qad ultra rest Hunter. Again happy with just looking for an upgrade. Just want to see want others recommend.