Have used this release for more than a decade. It is simple, reliable, and comfortable. Only thing that would make it better is to be able to fold it inside your sleeve when needed. There are other releases that are fancier but I realized I don’t need fancy to shoot well. I have used a few really nice and expensive thumb button releases lately but they are no better than this simple release. I need a release that works when I need it to. The Little Goose does that.
So my first release about 15 years ago I bought the little goose and I liked it alot but I wanted to try other releases I bought a really expensive thumb release shot it for a few years. but I picked up the little goose and I'm like let me try this out again and I shot lights out with it and now I'm shooting the little goose again for hunting and 3D/target shooting its a great release!!!!
Very good release for a beginner and anybody for that matter. Very affordable.
I love it. If possible I would have given it 4.5 stars. The only thing I didn’t like was that the strap has the badge at the tip that makes it thick and it’s annoying to deal with when putting the release on. I cut it off and sewed it. Now, it’s perfect.
I got a Little Goose release 10 years ago at the age of 13 whenever I upgraded from my first youth bow. I bought the Scott because my dad had one back in the day and swore it was the best release he had ever used. Fast Forward to today with multiple deer harvested and I see no need to upgrade my release. Through all of my mistreatment and heavy use the release is still as reliable as the day I got it. Never once have I had an issue. The length adjustments have allowed me to find the perfect anchor point with multiple bows through the years. I cannot recommend this release enough for any level of shooter, as the release has been excellent for me through every phase of my development as an archer and bowhunter.