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I have had one of these for 3 years, and I use it ALL the time to set up bows for myself and others. I have not had a single failure with it, and it is the safest way to draw a bow back without having an arrow on aiming at a target. I keep hearing of people who dry fire bows, or use a release to draw a bow back to set it up. That risk is far too great for me, but I just wanted to know if anybody uses these besides me? I first used one at a local shop to draw back bows at a store that didn't have a range, but still wanted people to handle their bows SAFELY to get a feel for draw cycle and what not. I have had zero problems using it, and since I also use a trufire release for hunting, the strap feels "normal" for me.
 

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I have one also but mine is black, not sure why but it's the same thing. I keep it in my case so if I help someone to adjust their peep or draw length they feel more secure
knowing they aren't going to dry fire their bow.
 

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I have one. I use it a lot when working on my bow or anybody else's bow.
 

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I use this;

Under $10 from Lancasters
 

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They are ALL "dumby"release's when I use them......LOL
 
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