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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehunter View Post
    Yes I do. I shot with the velcro strap for years. As we all know, once they get used a bit, they tend to let you know just about where you've been wearing it as far as tightness. The one thing that caught me right off the bat with the buckle release is, from day one, you know exactly where you had it set last time. Not having the release in the same spot each time is just another variable that can cause minor variances in accuracy and feel. I know exactly what strap hole to use if I'm shooting in warmer weather with light gloves or no gloves, and what hole to use for heavier gloves in cold weather. Just a bit of a confidence builder I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple Life View Post
    x2,plus no noise
    That is why we use a tru-ball cyclone. Even though we have Velcro, we have no arm on the release head just a strap. Once put on the head tucks in the sleeve and we don't even know it is there.

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    I shoot a tru fire velcro also. Not sure if sure if the buckle would work for below freezing hunting with different thickness layers and gloves. I like the adjustability of it. I do have a tru ball thumb release that I got in bow package. Will have to experiement with that.

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    I have an older TruBall Loopmaster, I was ready to get a new one until I changed to a leather buckle strap a few years ago.
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