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for you release trigger guys

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by hoofty43, Sep 5, 2008.

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  1. hoofty43

    hoofty43 TS Member

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    I have read many good things about release triggers. I don't shoot one, but would like to know if you shoot one when hunting too? Why not?
     
  2. oletymer

    oletymer Member

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    Too many variables in hunting. The terrain, landscape, postion of other people plus you don't know where or when the target can appear. It would really be a bad idea and I would not hunt with some one who did.
     
  3. AveragEd

    AveragEd Well-Known Member

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    I've used nothing but release triggers for trapshooting for almost 15 years but don't even think about setting the trigger of a shotgun, handgun or rifle when hunting or shooting at paper targets. Weird how the minds works...

    Ed
     
  4. bobby ward

    bobby ward Member

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    Like Ed says,

    I can hunt all day long and never flinch or I can shoot skeet and sporting clays with a low gun (not mounted) and never flinch, but the very minute I pre mount my trap gun I am going to flinch early and often.

    I can squeeze the trigger on a pistol or rifle all day long and never flinch either....
     
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