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    I am looking for a new realease. I haven't used one ever. I wanted to get some opinions before I went out and bought one. What do yall recommend? Thanks.

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    It is so hard to get suggestions on that. Everyone will have a different release that they think is the best. If you have a good pro shop near you see if they will make some suggestions and let you shoot them. I shot about 4 or 5 before I found one that I liked.

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    do you want a back tention, wrist strap......etc.etc......

    Tru ball, tru fire, scott, stanslovzski (I know I spelled that on wrong)....they all make quality releases.....

    I like tru ball myself......the Rack Master leather buckle is the model I prefer....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    I think most new release buyers end up with a light trigger force caliper release. I think that is a mistake. I went through it like the rest. Initially you do pretty well, that is why so many are sold. However, as you try to improve, you are very likely to have problems with target panic and punching the trigger. I would suggest reading Core Archery by Larry Wise or watching Michael Braden's DVD (Straight Shooting with MB), or both. If you decide to go with a trigger style release, get one with a heavy trigger so that you can rest your finger on it and preload without fear of it firing. Good luck.
    Ed R

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    Arent most of the caliper style releases adjustable.....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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