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I purchased a Scott hook type release about 4 months ago and 1 month ago the string loop frayed and looked worn so I tied a new one on. I have had it on less then a month and it is fraying in the same spot. Surly the release is not worn out already. Anybody have the same problems and if so what was the solution? Should I contact Scott?

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You can try a little fine steel wool. If you're having that kind of trouble, contact Scott. Their customer service is usually pretty good.
 

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if its a rhino release using a little emery cloth gently and after every rub of the cloth checking to see if you can still feel the burr. had a friend that loved these releases but the burr was there everytime he both a new one. just emery clothed them and they worked fine, no d-loop fraying afterwards.
 

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The above notes are right on. I wore out two or three loops when I first used a Scott Rhino several years ago. After filing and sanding the hook I've never seen any wear on a loop.
 
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