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NAP Apache Stabilizer

Review Last Updated: February 3, 2020

Alexander Herbert
Product Review by Alexander Herbert

Product Features

  • Length - 5'' and 8'' extended
  • Weight - 5.5 and 7.5 oz

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the NAP Apache Stabilizer.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Unique aesthetic
  • 8'' extended version provides adjustability

Cons

  • May have to remove before placing bow in bag

NAP Apache Stabilizer Product Review

Available in 5” and 8” versions, the NAP Apache should be near the top of any archers list of potential stabilizers. We recommend getting the 8’’ model because it is exactly the same as the 5’’, with an additional 3’’ removable extension rod.

Weighing 5.5oz for the 5’’ version and 7.5oz in the 8’’ variant (when adjusted to 5’’, it will also weigh 5.5oz). One problem users have experienced, however, is the more extended version may not fit in your bow case unless first removed; a minor inconvenience but worth pointing out.

Only available in two colorways, both with the hunter in mind the NAP Apache can be bought in black or camo. Both look great, combined with the unique aesthetic of NAP’s proprietary vibration dampening disks make for a real eye-catching bow accessory.

Vibrations are significantly reduced with the Apache, and I have to say I consider this the most bang for your buck in its price range.

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