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jm1607

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Between the Hamskea Drop Tine & Spot Hogg Wiseguy..

I haven't been able to find much on the Hamskea at all..

Seems like the wiseguy is a solid choice but has a very light non-adjustable trigger..

Has anyone shot both that can comment?
 

ndbwhunter

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I was in the market for a new release this winter, and ended up going with the Scott Rhino XT. The wise guy just didn't seem that comfortable in my hand, and I didn't particularly care for the non-adjustable trigger. I have not shot the hamskea, so can't give any information there.
 

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No experience with the wise guy, but I can tell you the trigger on the hamskea can be adjusted from light to pretty damn heavy.
 

ahlgringo

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I have a wiseguy that i am looking to sell if you go that route, pm me. Sticking with my carter quickies
 

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Umm... The Wise Guy trigger weight is adjustable. Just requires the turn of an allen wrench. Pretty easy. Also, if you go to their website it says it's adjustable. Fyi.

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I have both and prefer the hamskea. The wise guy is a punchers trigger.
 
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Umm... The Wise Guy trigger weight is adjustable. Just requires the turn of an allen wrench. Pretty easy. Also, if you go to their website it says it's adjustable. Fyi.

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I thought the travel was adjustable but not the weight?
 

ndbwhunter

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I thought the travel was adjustable but not the weight?

I was mistaken as well, but I don't think there is much adjustment.

From spot hogg....


Features:

• Light, adjustable trigger with zero travel
• Self reloading hook
• Forward trigger design for maximum draw length and speed
• Adjustable length
• Open jaw for ultra-fast D-Loop hook up*
 

bmart2622

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I have the Wise Guy and can confirm it is adjustable. I haven't tried the Hamskea but have used several Scott releases and prefer the Wise Guy
 
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