Does anyone hunt with a T handle release? Look like I could shoot better with one but I will be mostly hunting. Good idea or no?
THAT is the biggest advantage...it is amazing how much better a perfect, clean release feels heading towards a critter!this will be my first season hunting since i learned to shoot with back tension. .
you didn't have ONE deer stand there for 2 or 3 seconds?T-Handle thumb release is great for hunting, been doing it for a couple of years. True back tension however is a very bad idea. I shot 11 deer with a bow last season and I can assure you that not one of those would have stood still long enough for my back tension release to go off.
im not bt dude but maybe he isnt using it right or something. i have a bt and i used it a few times and i can see what he is saying it takes me like 5- 10 seconds to fire it off. i dunno why i need to learn from someone who knows what they're doing.you didn't have ONE deer stand there for 2 or 3 seconds?
Here is my new Spot Hogg Saturday Night Special. I like the idea having a wrist strap cause I have a thing for losing releases.cany anyone post pictures or the models they are using? I would like to use a thumb trigger release and was wondering what others are using. I know absolutely nothing about them, I imagine they are still good to 70#?:embara:
This is my T-Handle Thumb release I use for hunting. I like having the feel of the string in my hands rather then my wrist. This one stays closed so it will clip to your loop.