Scott Archery Little Goose Deluxe Release
A compact version of the Mongoose. Offers the accuracy of a rope release and the dependability of a caliper. Single caliper design reduces serving wear. Padded nylon wrist strap with buckle closure. Features 3 interchangeable triggers to meet the shooting style of any archer: a slim line trigger post, medium size knurled trigger post and spring trigger post. Made in USA.
Rated 4 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Doublelungdeerslayer Best release Buy this release you won't regret it!!!!!! Helped me improve my accuracy September 10, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by tjjohns2 Not so great If you have a very small wrist and love a very sensitive trigger then get this release. You touch the trigger and it goes off even on the heaviest setting. also I had to add an extra hole in the strap to get it on my wrist. I have always wanted a Scott and heard alot of good about them. But I think im going to go back to shooting Tru Fire releases. September 6, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by NKram622 Smooth and comfortable. This release has a lot of great things about it but lets start with the downsides first. The things that are of concern to me are the release triggers, length adjustments, and the buckle. The release trigger may just be a personal preference but I rather have a curved trigger rather than the straight bar. The length adjustment does not allow for that much range. The buckle is a real pain if you plan on taking the release on and off a good bit. I do like however because there is no velcro to get weak or plastic clips that will break. The positives are that it is a very smooth on the release, great durability, and comfortable. It holds up to repeated draws and performs like new everytime. It has adjustments that allow for sensitivity. Overall Great Product. I recommend Scott over any other release. Good Hunting! August 10, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by latt44 Comfortable Release Very comfortable release that is adjustable to about +- 3 inches. Also very very very sensitive trigger. I've shot the release for roughly 7 months (every other day) and found the material is starting to fray. Again, I've shot a lot of arrows in that time, so take it for what it's worth. I've also had to grease the swivel point every now and then due to wear and tear. Overall, I'm very satisfied with the release. March 30, 2009
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