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Truball Diamond thumb release

AllenRAllenR Senior MemberLutz, FlaPosts: 2,702 Captain
Truball Diamond thumb release
Here is a link to the info on it
Will include a little cordage fob I made for it also (in case you drop it, which I have done)
$75. Tampa/Lutz
$80/shipped.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/677041/tru-ball-pro-diamond-standard-jaw-bow-release-hand-held-black

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  • flydownflydown Senior Member Central FloridaPosts: 6,464 Admiral
    Dude, love that release. Have two of them. Why are you selling?
    DYING for me was the most HE could do. LIVING for HIM is the least I can do
  • AllenRAllenR Senior Member Lutz, FlaPosts: 2,702 Captain
    flydown wrote: »
    Dude, love that release. Have two of them. Why are you selling?

    Short answer is I went back to a regular index finger release.
    Ever since I started shooting a compound as a young teen I have shot a regular wrist style/index finger trigger release. When I bought my current bow a few years back, it came as a package with this release. While I can say I shoot fine with it, it is just not natural to me releasing with my thumb. When I draw back on game I have to think about it too much (anchor point is way different) as opposed to doing what is naturally instilled in my brain.
    It is a fine piece of equipment, just "not for me"
  • flydownflydown Senior Member Central FloridaPosts: 6,464 Admiral
    AllenR wrote: »
    Short answer is I went back to a regular index finger release.
    Ever since I started shooting a compound as a young teen I have shot a regular wrist style/index finger trigger release. When I bought my current bow a few years back, it came as a package with this release. While I can say I shoot fine with it, it is just not natural to me releasing with my thumb. When I draw back on game I have to think about it too much (anchor point is way different) as opposed to doing what is naturally instilled in my brain.
    It is a fine piece of equipment, just "not for me"

    Gotcha. I am the exact opposite as you. I experienced a bit of target panic with a wrist release, and eliminated it by shooting with my thumb. Can't see myself ever going back to a wrist strap release.

    If it doesn't sell here by all means throw it on AT. It will move there.
    DYING for me was the most HE could do. LIVING for HIM is the least I can do
  • AllenRAllenR Senior Member Lutz, FlaPosts: 2,702 Captain
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