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I'd like to put together a 'real' indoor rig for next fall and am wondering what some of the all time favorite risers are. I will be shooting NFAA Trad rules so Oly risers with a short stabilizer are just fine. Any standouts? I am currently shooting one of the low rubber grips on my Hoyt Dorado and really like it - do the current Hoyt risers all use the same grips? Thanks.
 

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Love my BEST Zenit BB, just picked up a SPig BB and a Spig 650 Club, both of these will make fine indoor setups. I shoot the Zenit BB with 3 internal weights, 2 9 OZ, one 3 OZ and a 12" stab with 17 Oz on it... I like heavy
 

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Its 20yds/18m doesn't really matter what you shoot. Dewayne shows the best score on this site, he shoots top of the line products from Sky archery. The (2) best local shooters I know in Mi shoot different risers/limbs. Scott Bills shoots a green horn Sirius, Jim Powell shoots a Hoyt Axis or something like that. Since you can shoot a stab, balance or lack of it from certain risers is not relevant.
 

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What ken said.

Any riser is the ultimate bb riser with the addition of a 12" stab and as much weight as you like to put on it.
 

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I've not shot too many but to date the SKY TR7 hands down is my favorite...and produces my highest scores.


Dewayne Martin
 

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I have shot my PB twice with a bob Gordon Warf that has lead in the bottom limb pocket. 28# medium wood/glass gold medalist limbs ( from the 80's).

They were both shot in practice so I did not get credit for them. There is something about the Black Bear weighted riser that brings out the best in me
 
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