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Vintage Wood Stabilizer from Damon Howatt

In the past myself and a friend experimented with making our own wooden stabilizers for archery and testing out how well they worked.

Below is a vintage wooden stabilizer made of rosewood and steel from Damon Howatt (circa 1970). It comes with an internal steel spring mechanism to further reduce vibrations. I came across this rare find on eBay, but I chose not to bid on it because I felt the price was too steep. Plus I felt I could probably make one myself, so I have added this to my Woodworking To Do List for Winter 2016.


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