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    Default bow release

    I need a good release. I would like a t handle not a wrist strap. Also it must be a thumb trigger. Got any suggestions?
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    mlw40sw

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    Quote Originally Posted by mlw40sw View Post
    I need a good release. I would like a t handle not a wrist strap. Also it must be a thumb trigger. Got any suggestions?
    Thanks,
    mlw40sw
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    I don't shoot competition. For hunting and year round back yard use I like my Truball Pro Diamond Extreme. It's quiet and very adjustable to fit your thumb position and sensitivity level. I hunt mostly treestands and I like to clip it on the loop and leave it while sitting. Cost is around $100 and it come with a lifetime warranty. It has a pull thumb trigger that wont miss fire if bumped forward while drawing the bow.

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    X2 on the tru ball extrem- I have used the pro diamond for Spots- 3D and hunting fro 4 yrs- the extream is 7/16 shorter I just got this 1 and love it.
    and lancaster has it for around $80
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    Carter chocolate ,realy help tighten my groups ,cost me alot of arrows because of robinhoods. These releases are not cheap,but well worth the money!

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    For target I like the Tru-Ball Chappy Boss and for hunting the Tru-Ball Pro-Diamond. And if you watch the classifieds you can pick them up at pretty good prices. I just bought another Chappy Boss in perfect condition for $75. So the deals are out there.


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    It sounds like you want the Truball Pro Diamond! I highly recommend it for a T-handle thumb-operated hunting release.

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    I use the trueball pro diamond also, I like it.

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