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Anyone else amped to try this things? It look freaking awesome! Everything I want in one release :darkbeer: I don't have facebook or social media -- anyone know when its coming out? Has anyone shot this thing I hope its is good as it sounds!

I guess I should say what it is... This release pretty much looks like the Tru Ball Blade but is a hinge and thumb release with perspective adjustments that do NOT affect each other! What!! You can shoot the thumb at 1 hotness and the hinge on the other in one release! If it works like it says Ill have 3 of these. I like hinge for indoor but thumb for hunting and it would be awesome to have something like this for my style based on the video...
 

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Please post the video! I can't find it!
 

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Mid to late July is when Lancaster is supposed to get them. It does look interesting.
 

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//https://www.facebook.com/truballarchery

Only way I was able to watch on their facebook and Bowjunky
 

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I watched it on Lancaster, 289.99!
 

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I watched it on Lancaster, 289.99!
I guess considering the rate of 28 different finishes for new releases the price is par for the course! However, its 2 for one makes it little more worth it! I will have our shop order some!
 

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I guess considering the rate of 28 different finishes for new releases the price is par for the course! However, its 2 for one makes it little more worth it! I will have our shop order some!
With an equivalent Abyss/Fulkrum combo one is close to $500.


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Looks interesting and a great concept. definitely would be nice to have a hinge and trigger release with the EXACT same handle with out paying for 2 releases.

Hope it isn't just another signature model that the signee doesn't actually use after the honeymoon period.
 

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Too bad you couldn’t use it with the hinge or trigger option without changes, like at full draw go from hinge to trigger.


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I get that it says shoot either trigger OR back tension,... but is the tension side a hinge style, or a pressure type tension release?


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I get that it says shoot either trigger OR back tension,... but is the tension side a hinge style, or a pressure type tension release?


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It’s a traditional thumb release on one setting and a standard hinge on the other. If you watch the video it clearly shows the hinge being rotated to fire.


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When I saw the video playing in the preview I told myself the only way I’ll consider a new release is if it’s a hinge and a thumb. Then I watched the video. Take my money.


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When I saw the video playing in the preview I told myself the only way I’ll consider a new release is if it’s a hinge and a thumb. Then I watched the video. Take my money.


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I agree I’m primarily a thumb shooter but like a hinge just not all the time! So for me this is soo perfect.
 

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I agree I’m primarily a thumb shooter but like a hinge just not all the time! So for me this is soo perfect.
The only time I shoot a thumb is during hunting season. Having both in 1 is perfect as long as it’s consistent. I hated the HBX but love the HBC so I’ll give another Wilde signature series a shot.


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