0

Your Cart is Empty

Spider Archery

Spider Archery Offset Bracket

Spider Archery Offset Bracket

 

Easily move your stabilizer to offset the weight of your quiver with this offset bracket. Shift weight without adding the extra back bar. Includes wrist sling.

 

Weight: 2.6oz

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
50%
(1)
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
J.B.
Simple, Easy solution

rather than going to a full back bar set up i figured i would try this first. it does exactly what i need it to. Love this option.

B
B.
Good Solution for Offsetting Quiver

Mounts easily and securely. Works very well for countering torque from a loaded quiver on the opposite side of the bow.
The offset sits a long way out from the riser, which makes casing and shouldering the bow a little less convenient; that’s the only reason for four stars instead of five. Offsetting the front bar by 1/2 to a full inch less would probably have worked just fine for me and not made it a pain to case and carry.
It’s purely aesthetics, but I would have liked the mating surface to match the diameter of their QD or the end of the stabilizer.
I’m not sure this would eliminate the need for a back bar as that counters more than quiver torque but it definitely helps to vertically balance the bow and add a little bonus length to the front bar.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
50%
(1)
50%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
J.B.
Simple, Easy solution

rather than going to a full back bar set up i figured i would try this first. it does exactly what i need it to. Love this option.

B
B.
Good Solution for Offsetting Quiver

Mounts easily and securely. Works very well for countering torque from a loaded quiver on the opposite side of the bow.
The offset sits a long way out from the riser, which makes casing and shouldering the bow a little less convenient; that’s the only reason for four stars instead of five. Offsetting the front bar by 1/2 to a full inch less would probably have worked just fine for me and not made it a pain to case and carry.
It’s purely aesthetics, but I would have liked the mating surface to match the diameter of their QD or the end of the stabilizer.
I’m not sure this would eliminate the need for a back bar as that counters more than quiver torque but it definitely helps to vertically balance the bow and add a little bonus length to the front bar.