The summit provides what other Scott thumb buttons do not, an open hook design. This is phenomenal for fast use scenarios and repetitive type use such as at the range. Because of the simplicity of the parts, lock time is reduced and shots are executed faster than Scott’s closed hook counterparts. Where the Summit falls short is the materials used and customization. The thumb barrel post screws to an aluminum piece, unlike other Scott thumb barrels using steel. This leads to the screws marring the piece and gouging the material. The other downside is the inability to switch between 3 and 4 fingers. Seeing as the Summit looks to be an open hook version of the Pursuit, in begs the question as to why the ergonomic availability and material usage are so different.
Tried one a couple weeks ago my buddy had on a hunting trip loved it , got home bought one love it
This release is money, feels great in hand and is as smooth as butter!