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    lets dive into this one again....

    If someone could post links to different companies that offer them I would appreciate it.....

    Was thinking of getting one to play w/for a few months and see if I can do it....

    I see 2,3,4, finger models, whats best.....I would think that the more fingers the easier it it is at higher poundages on your fingers......tried a 2 finger model a few years ago and and at 70lbs after 2 or so days my fingers would be tender.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    lets dive into this one again....

    If someone could post links to different companies that offer them I would appreciate it.....

    Was thinking of getting one to play w/for a few months and see if I can do it....

    I see 2,3,4, finger models, whats best.....I would think that the more fingers the easier it it is at higher poundages on your fingers......tried a 2 finger model a few years ago and and at 70lbs after 2 or so days my fingers would be tender.......
    I haven't ventured into that realm yet... I hope to just borrow one to try it out before I spend 100 bux on one though
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    I have a Zenith Archery BT release. I like it, it seems to work for me pretty well. Carter makers alot of nice BT releases, and so does Stanislovsky. Mine is a 4 finger. I have tried the 2 finger ones, they don't hurt my hand I just don't feel as smooth with them. But then I know guys that shoot those two and feel that they are smoother with em
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    Try to find a shop were the have multiple brands that you can hold and get a feel for then make your decsion.
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    Carter Evolution is the easiest BT release I have found.

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    Copper John/Stanislowski make a real nice thumb model. I have a Double Eagle that's pretty nice, but very big and heavy. I'm thinking of trying the new release.
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    Quote Originally Posted by papito View Post
    Try to find a shop were the have multiple brands that you can hold and get a feel for then make your decsion.
    in this area???? your kidding right?
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