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    Wink New to Back Tension.

    Been thinking of going to a Bt release.
    So what better way then jump in them Icy waters with both feet.

    Picked Up a Tur Ball bt ultra gold 3 off AT's classifieds
    Built a training Aid and went for it. Happy to say its coming along nicely.

    Discoverd I needed a release bag, so I made a few up. Camra fits in larger bag.
    Iam all ready to hit the trails @ my club. see if the ole score goes up or not lol
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    thats a good release to start with. Snookie would approve of your aide.

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    Once back tension is the focus of your release, youll never go back to a trigger type release. No more punching from here on out.

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    Default blackeye prevention

    I wanted to avoid the shot to face.. read way to many posts about how some guy managed to blacken an eye with one
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    love my BT i had to go to it couldn't stop punching the trigger now that i'm used to it i can't see myself shooting anything else you will love it helped me a ton with accuracy and shot execution

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    I alredy like it..never was a puncher, too many years of shooting uner my belt.. it was just a slow pull .. but did have a low target freeze so hope that goes away
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkslayer View Post
    I wanted to avoid the shot to face.. read way to many posts about how some guy managed to blacken an eye with one
    Thats quite the gizmo you've got there, ES.
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    It's a top of the line learning Gizmo you'll be just like the boy and wont put it down.. or maybe not...lol you did say its a thumb triger for you next Realy whats a blackeye amoung family lol cant be any worse then that string welt back in the 70ies
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