look in the little "window" of the release. you will notice that when you pull the trigger, a small metal piece in that window moves down. you have to adjust a screw by the trigger in order so you can see it in the little window and when you pull the trigger hard, the metal piece hangs up on it
(sounds confusing unless you're looking at the release)
Thats what Im doing but it either gets hung up or doesnt block the shot no matter how hard you punch it. I just punched myself in the mouth Im going to have to put this thing away or Im going to scream!!!
Turn the adjustment screw (nearest the window) all the way in and then back it out 2 to 2 1/2 turns. This should give you a good starting point for the anti-punch setting. To make it more sensitive turn it in. To make it less sensitive, or to deactivate the anti-punch feature, turn the screw out.
I would recommend that you use a piece of rope and get used to the action of the answer, might save your jaw until you familiarize yourselft with the anti-punch mechanism. The release requires that you pull the trigger very very! slow, or it will jam up. When jammed up you need to push the trigger back forward to reset it. Before you attempt to trigger it again or it won't fire. If you are still having problems with it, feel free to call 888-302-7768 and i'll see if i can help you out some more ask for Josh Johnson.
Thanks for your guys help. I had to lube it up and then I got it dialed in. I cant believe how much I punch the trigger, I got alot of work ahead of me. Im going to go shoot now, no maybe I will read some mathews vs hoyt stuff and work on the trigger punch tomorrow.
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