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    I found me a Scott Silverhorn on Ebay for $31!!! Shot with it Saturday and love it!!! Thanks for all the info again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by firebeck View Post
    I found me a Scott Silverhorn on Ebay for $31!!! Shot with it Saturday and love it!!! Thanks for all the info again.
    You'll love that release. And that's a good price too. Some of my friends were intimidated by the "hook" instead of calipers. I prefer it. Once you get used to it (took me all of 5-10 shots), you'll really like the clean release it offers. I decided to "upgrade" to the Rhino XT, which is also a hook style release. It does have a nicer trigger, but overall its really not worth the price difference over the silver horn. That's why I kept my SH as a backup too. Congrats on the purchase, you'll be a Scott release guy for life I bet!!!
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    Ditto with the Scott! Love mine. But it's all about confort. Go to a range and shoot your bow with a bunch if releases. The range/shop I go to allows you to try them out before you purchase.

 

 

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