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    Thanks for that. Less a death grip and more three fingers properly and firmly hooked. (EDIT - two fingers plus thumb, third finger only curls round to release) Not sure how I'm doing it but I still manage to draw the hinge safely. Not looking at it too hard in case I lose the knack. 😅

    I've set the draw stops to the slightly softer setting available. Means that there is less of a jolt, I found I was anticipating the let off and pausing during the draw to avoid knocking the arrow off the rest.

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