Strap It On. Wrap the release strap around your wrist so that it's snug but not tight. It should rest at about the base of your upturned palm. Once you've found a comfortable fit, put a sizing mark on the strap so that the device sits in the same place for every shooting session. "And if you wear gloves when hunting, practice with them on, too," Tentler says. "The added bulk can affect the fit of the strap, as well as the amount of feel on your trigger finger."