A bow stabilizer is a thin rod that extends from the front of the bow
and has a relatively large cylinder attached to its end. The stabilizers allow
archers to shoot with amazing accuracy because it helps to steady the archer's aim.
Due to the archer's tensed muscles, there is an angular acceleration that makes the
bow move. The stabilizer minimizes this angular acceleration and thereby helps
the archer to shoot better.
Mathematically, angular acceleration is :
The stabilizer increases the r (distance from the axis of rotation of the bow) which increases (moment of inertia) and causes (angular acceleration) to decrease.