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    Default Stacking arrows like chord wood!

    I got out in the backyard this morning shooting my Pearson Z-34 with my new TRU Ball Incredible release (which more than lived up to it's name). These 2 coupled with my Axcel Achieve CXL and their X-41 scope, stacked up the Easton Fatbboys like chord wood! I was thoroughly impressed my new release and I cannot wait to see how well it does in the hardwoods this fall. Here is a few pics of this mornings shooting.

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    Looks like your going to nead more arrows if you keep shooting groups like that..........................................

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    nice shooting

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    Default Stacking arrows like chord wood!

    I gotta be careful. Fatboys are too expensive to tear up! lol Thanks!

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    Nice shooting!
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    so what makes the new release so good ? What is the price tag for the release ?
    also how close were you shooting at the target ? It sure does look like you would need more arrows as you sure did stack them like a cord of wood....

    I also do think the bow you are using and also the sight may play a big part in the accuracy you are getting. But most of all your own skill level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet old bill View Post
    so what makes the new release so good ? What is the price tag for the release ?
    also how close were you shooting at the target ? It sure does look like you would need more arrows as you sure did stack them like a cord of wood....

    I also do think the bow you are using and also the sight may play a big part in the accuracy you are getting. But most of all your own skill level.
    Aww man the release is great! It's much easier to implement BT with a thumb trigger, it feels smooth as silk when holding and the 360*rotating head that I tighten down allows me to be consistent with my anchor. It also is really adjustable on the trigger travel and sensitivity. Yea my Pearson helps on the shot as well as my Axcel Achieve with their X-41 scope. All helped me shoot good, and yes My skill had something to do with it as well. By this was the first time I got to get out with my new release and shoot. It was instrumental I. The tight groups, and I highly recommend one to anyone who is interested. Also, I was shooting from around 40yds. I believe ( it's as far as I can shoot without going to the range). Have a good one & good shooting!


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