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Hey guys I shoot a Truball Cyclone now and would like to buy a release to give me a longer dl. Anyone out there have any suggestions? I have a 27" dl. Thanks in advance for your help.
 

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The Scott's with the nylon or rope attachment will give you just about an infinite number of adjustments to the length.
 

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I've been looking ay the Scott Wildcat check out how close the trigger is to the string, you're gonna want something like that.

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A couple options that I know have the trigger further forward are: (these are one's I've used and was happy with)
TruBall - Copperhead XT
TruBall - Short and Sweet (S1 - I think)
 

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Another vote for the Short-n-Sweet, or similar short reach hook like the Loesch Jackrabbit or the Carter Rx1. Maximize powerstroke by minimizing draw length lost to release/D-loop. Also can hook without looking...big advantage for hunters. Might also check the new Scott Rhino XT or the new Spot Hogg hook release, too.
 

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Tru Ball Short N Sweet. I have both the S1 and S2, and kinda prefer the S1 because of the trigger position. I do also like using a t handle release as well....
 

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My friend makes a release that gives you 3-4" more on the draw length with the same anchor point.
 

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TruBall has a new Bone Collector edition that is like the Short n Sweet and it really has the trigger forward. It looks like it would help a short draw length as anything I've seen. The Scott Sabertooth is not bad either.
 

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TruBall has a new Bone Collector edition that is like the Short n Sweet and it really has the trigger forward. It looks like it would help a short draw length as anything I've seen. The Scott Sabertooth is not bad either.
Yep the new Beast is designed for exact situations like this, I had a wildcat before and it was great but the beast is so sweet and super adjustable.
 
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