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    Default Kids release

    I am buying my 6 year daughter a nuclear from bowtech and wonder what release would be good for her to start with.

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    Default Two come to mind

    Ever popular little Goose from Scot Archery. Easily adjustable and will last forever.

    http://www.scottarchery.com/archery-...itty-goose.php


    If you looking for a tournemanet archery release the Target three is made for smaller hands. I have seen youth as young as two or three years old shooting them. Picture here Trey is three shooting a Carter. Sometimes getting them the right release to start with sure makes shooting fun and good thing those releases can be shot for there entire life.
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    start them off right talk to Joe at Zenith Archery Products and have him make you up a Lil'Guy Comfort 3 "starter Kit". it includes the safety wrist strap and practice cam
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    Just a question, why does nobody start their kids shooting fingers anymore?

    I'm pretty sure NASP is finger shooting only and I doubt most kids that start out would ever know that they aren't supposed to be as accurate as they end up being with fingers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supermag View Post
    Just a question, why does nobody start their kids shooting fingers anymore?
    All the kids in my youth group shoot fingers, but they are also shooting recurves or genesis bows
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    team primos 44 caliper. that is what i started with and still shoot with it today

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    Thanks for the help guys.
    Z7 Extreme, Ripcord, TR Alfa V5, Smooth Stability and G5 Montecs

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    i like the tru-fire patriot jr. release. built awesome, and priced right.

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