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    Quote Originally Posted by tdcour View Post
    The little gosse has a strap instead of metal between the caliper and buckle strap right? Does that not flip around and knock on a bunch of stuff? I feel like it would smack everything loud wheni was on a stalk
    No the little goose is metal between the caliper and the buckle strap. Great release I have been hunting with them for ten years. no banging around.

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    Scott Archery Wolverine release has improved my accuracy.


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    I've shot the Scott single caliper for over a decade and took lots of animals with it. That said, I shot a Spot Hogg Wiseguy with the nylon connector yesterday afternoon during my lunch break and loved it too! I've been eyeing the Scott Silverhorn pretty hard as well. I will say that the Spot Hogg takes a few shots to get used to as it's very sensitive, but once you find your groove, you don't even have to think about pulling the trigger. I like how lightweight the whole unit is too.
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    spot hogg wiseguy. It has improved my accuracy.

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    Wise guy here as well, I've developed into punching the trigger so I am now shooting a hamskea break thru but hope to be back to the wise guy after I reprogram myself. I have the buckle version and non nylon. The best part of the release is it swings out of the way and stays there when not in use.

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    I went to a thumb release last year and developed trigger panic after about 6 months and could not get rid of it. I started punching the shot almost one arrow out of every group! I recently switched to the Tru-fire hardcore max and love it so far. I've probably shot around 600 arrows without a single punched shot. My groups have even tightened up

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    +1 on the Spot Hogg Wiseguy.

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    Wise guy but thinking about going to a hinge soon.
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    I have a Carter Plain 1 that I would hook you up with if you wanted to try a thumb style release. I am ream looking at selling it this year and am going back to my Scott Sabertooth. PM me if want to talk more about it.
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    I use a scott mongoose. Love it.

 

 

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