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  1. #26
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    much easier to shoot relaxed and strong shots with a heavy release
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    I love the med shootoff no better release but for "me" spot n stalk hunting I love the push button load.And yes you do get used to the loading but its a personal dislike.Since the exxus closes the same it wouldn't be much diff the shootoff.
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    wow that release looks nice, but $230 is very expansive.....
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    Glad to see Scott building what I bet is a top notch thumb trigger release. I'd try it out if I was looking for a release. If it had an open hook like the Carter Embers I'd try it out even though I do not believe I need to replace the Stan ShootOff or Embers.

    I use open hook Embers for hunting and a ShootOff for 3d and spots. The open hook releases are simpler and take less "precision" to hook up than any other type of release. Using one release for all games is ideal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by N7709K View Post
    much easier to shoot relaxed and strong shots with a heavy release
    Like thier brass one. Big difference than an aluninum one.

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    i am interested in one of these or the new TRU ball that looks similar but more adjustability

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    This looks an AWFUL LOT like a Stan...just sayin
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    I was told the MSRP is $230 but they should be around $199 at LAS.....
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    Can't wait to get one...Scott makes the best releases. I'm sure the Exxus will not disappoint.
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    Does anybody know if that's the only color it will be available in. Black or silver or something other tham camo would be nice but still not that big a deal I don't think

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    colors listed on their website
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    Quote Originally Posted by tntone View Post
    any idea on $$$....
    $220. Retail is what I was told

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    They look sweet

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    Re: Scott Exxus

    They do look sweet. I am looking for a nee release. I am torn between the exxus and the tru ball incredible. I am using a boss x and like it and I like the swivel head. But I have a Scott wrist strap release and know they make a quality product. they also have awesome customer service. The only thing that may stop me from getting the exxus if the fixed head, not sure if it will cause problems. I kind of like the one with the swivel.

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    yeah im with you owmyqulay i want to like the EXXUS but i think that the incredible would be a much better fit.

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    Did everyone see Levi said he is loving it. That it was the best 40 targets he has shot in terms of feel in his career. A high statement.

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    Re: Scott Exxus

    Quote Originally Posted by wdriver View Post
    I emailed Scott and they replied today. It does not close upon cocking like a Plain 1 and the retail will be around $230.
    So how does it close? I have not used many of these. I assumed you press the button on the back and it closes, press the trigger and it opens?

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    If its like the shoot off the button is a safety, you close the jaw and it won't go off until you press the trigger.

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    Any more info on when this release will be available. Wouldnt mind having it for the start of 3D season and thats right around the corner...

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    I know Lancaster doesnt have them yet.

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    Lancaster didn't have them at Vegas when I asked them this past weekend.

    I did play with the demo units at the Scott/CBE booth. Sad to say, I'm a bit disappointed. There's no heft or weight on them - it's really light. The adjustability is decent, but the releases were set extremely heavy the two times I was at the booth.
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    Scott Exxus

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    Any updates on this? I have been shooting a trigger release for years but am wondering if I would see any advantage by going to a thumb release. Better anchor points? More stable pin hold? What advantages are there?
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    I just ordered one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N7709K View Post
    It looks too light... I'll just have to see in a couple weeks
    Sweet that you can see in the weight spectrum. Wish I had that ability. All I can do is see what something tastes like.



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