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Can anyone recommend a decent bow release without spending big bucks? availability on amazon would be a plus.


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I really like the Carter 2 shot. Not sure if you are willing to look in the classifieds to keep the price down
 

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I bought a Scott samurai for 40 or 45 bucks.
Great release and adjustable from kids hand size to Andre the giant size.
And a nice thick leather wrist strap.
 

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I got a Cobra Premier release a few months ago and love it. Great adjustability, super comfortable, and rock solid.
 

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there are no honestly good releases that are inexpensive. I would think a higher end wrist strap release would probably be the least expensive of decent releases.
 

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You looking for thumb or wrist? Every once in awhile i see used thumbs selling for under $60 on fleebay. But if you're looking for a cheap but good quality wrist release i say you can't go wrong with the Tru-Fire Smoke release. I still carry that as a backup. I've had many more expensive wrist releases... And that is the cheapest and my most favorite wrist release i've ever owned.
 

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Go to your local archery shop and buy one there. With releases you get what you pay for
 

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bought a brand new scott pursuit for 120 and i love it
 

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If I could go back and start again, I'd go with a higher quality release. You likely won't regret it. In terms of bang for buck and what they allow you to do, I think your money is better spent...my opinion only. I have a Stan now, no more releases for me unless I lose it.
 
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