Re: What's A Good Release
I like to hit what i am shooting at. I have shot competitive archery over 15 years, both indoor and 3-d tournaments, a good release is very important to having consistent accuracy. You will never get as smooth of a release with your fingers as you will with a release. You get inconsistent string drag off your fingers and also get string torque. Dont get me wrong, there are some people that do shoot pretty good with fingers, but not many that have a great amount of consistency, that is why finger shooters have there own class in competitive shooting.