I have used a 2 shot for several years, I can tell you that it is a great release. I cannot say it is better than the Quickie 2 as I have no experience with it. I think you cannot go wrong with either one.
I use a 2 shot for targets and the quickie for hunting. The quickie is much faster for me to attach to the string to shoot and this is the only reason I use it. The quickie has more play or movement in the trigger while the 2 shot has a nice crisp release, but seems to cut my d-loops pretty fast.
No experience with the 2 Shot but I've got the Quickie and I'm in love with it. As far as trigger movement, you can adjust how much you want, or don't want. Mine is set so I have no perceivable travel. The different springs are nice but after going through the set I found that the lightest spring that came installed is the best for me. Love it.
ya the 2 shot has a triple sear design. It has a feel of a fine euro rifle set trigger. If there is a better wrist style finger release, i would like to try it.I dont think there is.My 2shot cut D-loops like they were in bed with BCY also. I sent it back to the Carters and they sent me a new head.My new 2 shot isnt so hard on D-loops. The Tru Ball Short and Sweet is also like the Carter Quikie design.
i have never used a 2shot but my quickie 1+ is by far the best wrist release i have ever used and its going into the woods with me this year. O and there is no "slop" in the trigger mechanism whatsoever
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