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    I've hunted with a hinge for years. I've made the best shots I have ever made on animals as a result. Now, I also am an avid tournament archer and shoot a hinge thousands of time throughout the spring and summer. Last season I started hunting with a Scott Hex which is a wrist strap hinge. I figured it would be easier to not drop my release since most of my hunting is treestand hunting in IL.

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    I started using a Scott Sabertooth with nylon connector. I left it at home while on a hunting trip and stopped and got the Scott Samurai. It also has the nylon connector and both are dual caliper. I haven't had any issues with them flopping around but maybe that's just me.

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    I shoot a Scott Silverhorn, love how it is short and got me an inch on my draw length.
    Shoot STR8

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    TruBall ST360X four finger release here.
    BOHNTR )))----------->

    B&C / P&Y Official Measurer

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    I'm a big fan of Scott. Currently shoot a Rhino XT. Previously the silverhorn. Love them both.

    Sent from my XT907 using Tapatalk
    "I love my country, I love my guns, I love my family, I love the way it is now, and anybody that tries to change it has to come through me, that should be all of our attitudes, cause this is America!!"
    - Charlie Daniels

    "Most democrats in WY are not like other democrats (they actually like babies, guns, and the constitution)"
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    Carter Ember 1.

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    I love my T.R.U ball release...spring loaded dual caliper..great for spot and stalk bowhunting.

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    Carter, can't remember which model...

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    i am shooting a Carter 2 shot wrist release. smooth, crisp and no creep at all. i always carry a backup release. it is the same as my primary and i do practice with it all the time.

    Sent via Crypto KG84 Algorithm

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    I started using a Carter Rx2. I am very happy with it. I really like the hook.

 

 

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