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Scott Release

Scott Release
 There are alot of releases out there that might fit your needs. The one that I use is a buckle release made buy Scott called " Sabertooth"  It is a smooth triggered release, crisp, is very well suited for the hunter in mind.I've hunted with it for 3 seasons and its always been there for me! Runs around $ 80 bucks. When searching for a good release, keep in mind that your better releases are most of the time a little expensive, you probably will pay $60-$100 for one. If you find yourself settling for something less your probably getting less. Your better releases are made by, Tru-ball, Carter, Scott, Tru-fire, and others that I probably missed, the key is just don't settle for  one because its cheap, try some different ones and pick one that will last for awhile! The more back-tension releases will cost you $100-200 or more! Have a happy hunting experience....................Atfulldraw
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T.R.U Ball Outlaw Release with Speed Buckle

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