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    Default carter evolution

    hey guys just looking for a little help, I have shot a strap style release for yrs. but I have switch to a carter evloution,I'm shooting a hoyt matrix on 62lb. holding 14lb release is set @ 17lb. I'm shooting ok with it but I think there some little somthing I'm missing, just can't get the true feel for it . any suggestions.

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    It will take a bit to get used to it. This release will really show your inconsistancies.
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    Make sure to keep it lubricated w/ something such as 3 in 1 oil. This will keep your break more consistant as well.
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