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Truball Sweetspot???

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Is there any reason why you can’t use the Sweetspot with the safety engaged while drawing. In other words I would like to draw the bow back with the safety off. As long as pressure is on the thumb peg and pointer finger will this be OK? I did not know if there was something in the design of the release that would cause a problem with shooting it in this manner. I really like the release I just want to eliminate the extra motion of disengaging the safety at full draw. Basically I want to use it like you would a regular bt hinge release. Thanks!!
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Is there any reason why you can’t use the Sweetspot with the safety engaged while drawing. In other words I would like to draw the bow back with the safety off. As long as pressure is on the thumb peg and pointer finger will this be OK? I did not know if there was something in the design of the release that would cause a problem with shooting it in this manner. I really like the release I just want to eliminate the extra motion of disengaging the safety at full draw. Basically I want to use it like you would a regular bt hinge release. Thanks!!
Yes. It will work fine. This is one thing I really like about the Sweet Spot Series vs. the similar Carters with a safety. I haven't tried the Solution 2.75. It LOOKS like it should work without the safety but I know the 2.5 did not.
 

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Nope Tom, no reason you cant use it without the safety.

As a matter of fact, the only time I have punched myself was twice with that blasted release as the safety was not functioning properly at an ASA shoot during the team ProAm. I finished the shoot with that release by using it without the safety, promptly finished the round, got my money back, and bought a Zenith. I figured if I was going to punch myself in the mouth I might as well use one without a safety as I might draw it more cautiously....
 

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Nope Tom, no reason you cant use it without the safety.

As a matter of fact, the only time I have punched myself was twice with that blasted release as the safety was not functioning properly at an ASA shoot during the team ProAm. I finished the shoot with that release by using it without the safety, promptly finished the round, got my money back, and bought a Zenith. I figured if I was going to punch myself in the mouth I might as well use one without a safety as I might draw it more cautiously....
Exactly why I started shooting a STAN. :embara:

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