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    Bow release, help

    I am 12 years old and have a 2007 BowTech Dimond, Im new to bow hunting and was wondering what release would work best for me. I did some work around the yard and my mom said she would get me one.

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    I would get a tru fire patriot junior release. It is made for youth archers.


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    welcome to a new adventure! velvetfvr told you right, go in to ur local shop, not wallmart, a bow shop and they will take care of you.

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    Velvetfvr and ivorytip gave great advice....tru fire makes a great release....and checkout your local shop so u start ur journey off on the right foot.

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    You might checkout a Scott Little Bitty Goose too. I'll bet the strap would fit and you'll never outgrow it.

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    Just getting started all you need is a youth release
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    Quote Originally Posted by BobT View Post
    You might checkout a Scott Little Bitty Goose too. I'll bet the strap would fit and you'll never outgrow it.

    Bob
    I got my 12 year old this same release and it fits him good. Go to your local proshop and let them fit you with a release that is comfortable to you.
    Shoot STR8

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    thanks for all of your guy's help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BobT View Post
    You might checkout a Scott Little Bitty Goose too. I'll bet the strap would fit and you'll never outgrow it.

    Bob
    This is my absolute favorite release. I used a cheap Cobra release for a few years, but I finally decided to spend some money and get a good release. The difference between the two could be compared to a trigger on a double action revolver and the trigger on a match rifle.

 

 

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