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    Default How bad will release torque hurt my shot?

    I bought a Scott Little Goose release and I notice I get major twist in my d loop when I draw back. I had a trufire judge that the hole head rotated but I hated the trigger this release I love the trigger but hate the lack of rotation in the head. I notice that on my draw, I draw like I am shooting a thumb trigger, is this the natural motion of the hand on the draw?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southernfryedyankee View Post
    I bought a Scott Little Goose release and I notice I get major twist in my d loop when I draw back. I had a trufire judge that the hole head rotated but I hated the trigger this release I love the trigger but hate the lack of rotation in the head. I notice that on my draw, I draw like I am shooting a thumb trigger, is this the natural motion of the hand on the draw?
    I have a little goose but I guess I never paid attention to it torquing the d loop. If it's consistant it shouldn't make a difference I wouldn't think? The little goose does have a pivot point on the shaft. Try putting a little 3-n-1 oil on it and work it back and forth that may help.
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    you shouldnt have a problem...thats what the loop is for it takes away string tourque.

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    I been shootn' a scott little goos e and itty bitty one fer years
    no problems
    the biggest issue with this type of release is total relaxation of the release in the wrsit strap on the wrist
    just let the wrist go limp and no jumping on /or reaching for the trigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoytultratec View Post
    you shouldnt have a problem...thats what the loop is for it takes away string tourque.

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    you can tie two inter knots inside the loop make the loop a little wider then when you twist it woln't touch the nock & cause the arrow to toque. also your loop might need to be a little longer,
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    clip your release on opposite the twist
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