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alexramsey
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Sep-11-17, 
11:20 PM (MST)
"best hunting release"

Wanted to get opinions on the best hunting release. Does it matter is you use a string loop or not? I currently use a Tru Fire Bearpaw. I don't have any issues with the release other than the part that goes acroos your palm, makes it difficult to do anything with the release on.

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: best hunti...  trophyhunter      Sep-12-17   1 
  RE: best hunti...  HorseCreek      Sep-14-17   2 
   RE: best hunti...  Bowhunter05      Sep-27-17   3 
    RE: best hunti...  WiscoKid      Oct-14-17   4 
     RE: best hunti...  fullthrottle      Oct-18-17   5 

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trophyhunter
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Sep-12-17, 
12:41 PM (MST)
1. "RE: best hunting release"

We use the "littlegoose" never had any issues.

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Sep-14-17, 
04:51 PM (MST)
2. "RE: best hunting release"

Carter

Traditional >>>------->

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Bowhunter05
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Sep-27-17, 
08:02 AM (MST)
3. "RE: best hunting release"

I like my hot shot vapor four finger. I used to shoot a cobra release and when I made the switch to the four finger my groups are tighter and over all shooting is better. It is also easier to pull the bow back with my four finger especially while sitting down in a blind.

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Oct-14-17, 
06:23 AM (MST)
4. "RE: best hunting release"

Love anything by Scott archery releases... Mongoose, little goose, rhino, silverhorn.... I currently shoot the silverhorn (which requires a string loop)

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Oct-18-17, 
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5. "RE: best hunting release"

Carter and Scott both make great releases.

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