Ideally at the shot the bow doesn't move, i.e. No hand shock. After the arrow leaves, the bow would then slowly fall forward.
IMO if you want a stabilizer for accuracy you need to look at a Bee Stinger or a Doinker in a 10"-12" length. Those stabilizers have very light shafts and heavy ends, which increases the moment of inertia, kind of like the difference between a canoe and an ocean liner in choppy water...both move, but the ocean liner is slower, steadier, and easier to anticipate. That increases accuracy.
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