Dian Partlow: Just google WoodPrix ;) I've found great instructions on this website. Great plans and instructions for everyone.
Gregory House: Really ingenuous using that broom handle! Well done young man! Really well done! I'm going to develop me one as well, those shots of arrow groupings was enough to get me to throw ten bucks at one! Lol
Kayla Bennett: the guy that posted this vid knows nothing about archery or the technology that goes into making a stabilizer. This vid is pretty funny though
Dani Bencz: Nice job!
MrTacoTerminator: looks amazing, just like the ones you can get off the market but for a lot cheaper!!
phantomcruizer: How do you determine the length of the stabilizer?
HunterLo25: why is it so long? new to this
Norien McNorien: Someone else asked this but no response. How do you keep the end caps on?
Landon Miller: At the machine shop in my school one of the projects you make is a stabilizer and one thing that is a great idea is fill them with cut of bouncy balls. they absorb almost all vibrations and theyre super cheap
weedsnager: Where did you buy the black rings?
Repo: I found out some stabilizers go for about 300bucks! Crazy and not worth it imo. This is an idea I've had for some time.
Crystal Jackson: At this price point we could all make several stabilizers at different lengths to see which one works best. I'm still messing with my own for my Samick Sage to try & get it to thrust forward a bit more upon release. I'm using automotive sticky wheel weights at the end to get the length & weight nailed down.
epiphany: Whats the purpose of the packing popcorn?
seandan68: use spray foam instead
Evan Doyon: really nice it came out very nice and professional looking I like it. good job and great video!
shamut: it could be fully with sand?
Augustin MEIGNAN: hi, really great project,
i've done the same but i can't find this kind of bolt
could you give me the bolt reference for France cause this is not the same measurement system
that would be great