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    Lookin for a good wrist trigger release with a buckle strap for my daughter.

    Needs to fit a small hand and small wrist.

    Most releases for children have a horrible trigger travel and pull.

    So I'm lookin for something with no travel and crisp clean trigger that will fit a small hand.

    Any suggestion?

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    I'd look at the Carter releases but I'm not sure the strap would be small enough. Something like a Carter Lucky.
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    Couldn't find anything on that release so I had to look it up on the Carter sight.

    Looks like it might be a good fit with a little work on the strap, do you have pricing on it yet?

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    what about the scott wildcat release? thats what i have and it does just fine for me i think it will fit a kids hand cause my girlfriend has one also and she has a small hand. give it a try i think you will find that it will work just fine.
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    itty bitty goose by scott
    small crisp and dependable
    be sure to keep it lubricated
    I use mineral oil as it does not smell



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    Little Bitty Goose with a youth strap, ncs/rcs strap. Nice release and reasonably priced as well.

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    PM me your address, I have a nice release that should work well, I will send it your way if you want



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    Atta Boy!!

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    PM me your address, I have a nice release that should work well, I will send it your way if you want



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    WOW great offer.....thanks abunch.


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    Quote Originally Posted by MeanV2 View Post
    Little Bitty Goose with a youth strap, ncs/rcs strap. Nice release and reasonably priced as well.

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    This would be a good choice, the NCS system gives great adjustability.
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    i have a small wrist and i use the little bitty goose with the adult camo buckle strap. its a nice release
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    Quote Originally Posted by Holy Smokes View Post
    itty bitty goose by scott
    small crisp and dependable
    be sure to keep it lubricated
    I use mineral oil as it does not smell
    tell me how to do this please. I have never done a thing to mine in 2 years.
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