Scott Wildcat Bow Release
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Reviewed by: Jacob Slonaker
Category: Bow Accessories
I purchased a Scott Wildcat bow release two years ago to try to improve my shooting. I had been using a stone age release of my dad’s before I got my Scott. Dad’s release was loud, heavy, and just never really felt right. My Scott Wildcat changed my bow shooting for the better so much it was hard for me to believe it. The physical design of the release is really sturdy it has a strap that clasps on your wrist also the piece that has the trigger on it is strong and can adjust to fit any hand size. The thing that I like the most about my release it that it has buckle instead of Velcro like my old bow. Another feature that I like about my Scott is how light the pull is on the trigger which allows for less room to jerk. The Scott Wildcat helped my bow shooting and I would recommend it to in one that wants to get a little more of an edge.
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