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Dead Center Front Quick Disconnect, 1.6oz., Black, Straight
Dead Center Front Quick Disconnect, 1.6oz., Black, Straight  Stock Photos - pictures may not match the actual item. Please refer to product description


The Quick Disconnect is a simple, yet effective way to secure a stabilizer to the front of your bow. Allows for quick and easy attachment and removal.Weighs 1.6 oz. Straight.
  • Weight: 1.6oz.
  • Color: Black
  • Style: Straight
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    SKU 63658
    Quantity in stock 3 item(s) available
    UPC 812245022309
    Manfacturer Number FQDC-STR
    Price: $23.75

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