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    I was looking into buying a new release and was wondering if the kind of release you buy makes that big of a difference, and also what are some good releases that i should look for. I am wanting to get one that wraps around my wrist.

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    I personally have been looking into getting a release from Tru-Fire. Still not sure which one I want but am sick of the Cobra release I have now.

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    It does make a difference in the way you shoot.I use a Scotts Shark and love it. They make many different models and triggers styles.I really like the ajustments that it has and also the feel.
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    For hunting I use a carter Two-shot.....clean crisp trigger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    For hunting I use a carter Two-shot.....clean crisp trigger
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    Be good or be good at it.

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    is there any other good ones that the price is lower than like 50 buck?

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    30" draw, 65#, 332 fps
    GoldTip XT's

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    I use a truball pro diamond extreme . A really good hunting release for me
    I like my trophies on my wall and in my belly

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    a good release will be a better fit and better materials that will make a quality piece that will work with less failures. don't skimp. however and i think more important, is using one correctly more than a name brand.....

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    I recommend TruBall as well! Although Tru-Fire is pretty good too and they have some releases in your price range.

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