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Ok all you Quinnologists. Enlighten me on the difference between the Stallion riser and the Stingray riser and why I would pick one over the other.

I'm right handed would most likely be using a NAP center flipper elevated rest when shooting either one.
 

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I have not experience with the stingray but have made a research on Quinn bows before buying the Stallion.
I think that Stingray riser is slimmer thean Stalions, but main difference is in limbs, Stingray limbs have single wood laminate.
Hope it would help.
Martin
 

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Quinn Stingray/ Stallion

To add yet another wrinkle: I have a Stingray riser (needed a lefty bow) with Stallion limbs. The Stingray riser will take up to 55# as I recall, although I bought the bow to have a low draw weight recurve to work on form with. It is very accurate and I have been pleased with it.
 

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Only a confirmation to what others have said.... the Stallion has a radiused (crowned) shelf and the Stingray's is flat. When ordered as a complete bow, the Stingray comes with single lam limbs, the Stallion comes with dual lam limbs.
 
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