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Straight Shooter 09-Apr-23
Lookin for any old scott silverhorn releases. Not produced anymore. Have been rebuildin um. Great release. (Wrist type.) Please Let me know.
I have a number of Scott releases laying around. Would this one say silverhorn on it?
Yes. Its a hook type. Says silverhorn one side. Scott on other.
From: Straight Shooter
I shoot a Scott Little Bitty with the NCS (nylon connector strap). I’ve had it for 15-20 years and it took me about a year to find another for a backup. I ended up finding one on market place in Indiana. The guy was “old school” and didn’t feel comfortable mailing it and dealing with PayPal. I told him I’d send him a check and told him to cash it and send when he felt comfortable. It was well worth the risk for $45 bucks, and now I have my backup.
Silverhorn has ncs also.
I shot a pair of Scott Itty Bitty with nylon connectors jaw releases for about 15 years but not anymore. 3 years ago switched to the B3 Hawk (hook) with nylon connector. Both are good hunting releases.
To my surprise, when I checked I discovered that I am hunting with a Silverhorn with a ridged barrel connection. I have two Scott hook releases that I presently hunt with. I think that the other is a Shark. I have a number of caliber releases that I stopped hunting with when my near eye sight w/o glasses made it hard for me to get them hooked up in low light conditions. Sorry I can't help you out. Maybe I need to shoot my caliber releases in practice so that I do not wear out the hook releases.
goyt, my B3 Hawk hook type releases do not shoot to the same POI as the Scott Itty Bitty Goose jaw type. Kurt
Kurt, thanks for the heads up. Two of my jaw type releases are lil goose releases,