I posted a comment on the thread by Shooting Coach discussing releases (Trapshooter observations) about possibly going to a Bump Buster(?) Remington 1100 Competition using light loads as an alternative solution to surrendering to a release. Any experiences trying this? I've got a couple of nice old 1100s squirreled away IF I gotta go this way before going to a release.... Looking for successful stories. Best Regards, EdI shot pull successfully (6 yards in 2 years, 3000 hcp targets) and Frank Little saw me crossfire and insisted I switch to release. I did and never regained my hand/eye/trigger timing. I've shot some reasonable scores with release, but after all these years trigger coordination is still a struggle. If 2018 does not yield satisfaction, I'll return to pull till they dump dirt on me.
Why not shoot it the way it is, release and all? Nothing can go wrong then. I have read here on more than one occasion that you can not flinch with a release. So, the release and no chance for a flinch later. What a deal?? :18:Although I am an advocate for the release trigger, I agree that you should not use one unless you have a need. (In most cases to allow you to enjoy shooting without battling the the dreaded flinch). Just because the gun came with a release is not reason enough to use one. Have it converted back to the original pull trigger system. Someday you might find that the release will allow you to continue to shoot.