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Normally if you are switching for a wrist release ( Scott Shark) to a Thumb (Chocolate Adict.) would you need to shorten your draw ?
 

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I have never shortened my DL for any release. I have moved my peep and shortened my D Loop. I have heard some say they have and I’m sure some do.


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Normally if you are switching for a wrist release ( Scott Shark) to a Thumb (Chocolate Adict.) would you need to shorten your draw ?
It depends on how you anchored with a index. Most have to adjust their peep height. You do anchor differently with a hand held release. See pic. Some get by with changing the length of their d-loop. Even between hand held releases there is a difference that can't be made up with just changing the d-loop length. There's right at .400" difference in hook up length between the foreground Stan Shootoff and the Tru-Fire Sear. For me I have to shorten the draw of my bow and play with the d-loop length.

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It depends on how you anchored with a index. Most have to adjust their peep height. You do anchor differently with a hand held release. See pic. Some get by with changing the length of their d-loop. Even between hand held releases there is a difference that can't be made up with just changing the d-loop length. There's right at .400" difference in hook up length between the foreground Stan Shootoff and the Tru-Fire Sear. For me I have to shorten the draw of my bow and play with the d-loop length.

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