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TruFire Hurricane Extreme Buckle Web Archery Compound Bow Release – Adjustable Camo Buckle Wrist Strap

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TruFire Hurricane Extreme Buckle Web Archery Compound Bow Release - Adjustable Camo Buckle Wrist Strap

  • Camo Nylon evolution buckle strap, easier to put on than V-style straps
  • Adjustable length between head and strap, via the durable 1/2 inch wide web connection System
  • Fits left and right hands. No tools required for adjustments, infinite length adjustment possibilities
  • Open jaws by pulling back the trigger, let off the trigger to close jaws
  • American made dual caliper release with spring loaded trigger. Trigger travel is adjustable
  • American Made dual caliper release with spring loaded trigger
  • Open jaws by pulling back the trigger, letoff the trigger to close jaws
  • Features our Evolution buckle strap, the simplist yet most comfortable strap on the market
  • Trigger travel is adjustable
  • Adjustable length between head and strap, via the durable 1/2" wide webbing
If you're looking for the "state of the art" bow hunting release this year, look no further! jaws on all of the Hurricanes open when you depress the trigger and close when you let up on the trigger. The Hurricane line utilizes a free-floating, self centering steel roller that does not slide over the jaws but rolls along the inside of the jaws. Patented design makes these releases the smoothest on the market today. Heat-treated jaws and triggers are non-stick-coated for years of dependable use. A

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Brand and Model of Release? #archery

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Hey all. Was doing an quiver cleanout from one I haven’t touched in about ten years. I found this unmarked release. Just curious if anyone knows the brand and model?

Thanks!

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Thumb release sizing #archery

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Ok looking into thumb releases but have no idea on what size to get. 3 fingers together measure approx 1.5" I wear xl gloves but like them loose. Would I need a lg or a medium?


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sear or longhorn back tension release #archery

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I was viewing levi on youtube talk about a couple of back tension releases. he was talking about you set the tru fire sear w/ clicks….. what does he mean clicks.(adjustable clicks???) I think iam going to try either the longhorn or the new sear. I have been shooting triggers for almost 25 yrs w/ almost no trouble until very recently so iam going to back tension release


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Thumb release #archery

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I’m looking at making the switch from a trigger wrist release. Been looking at several different models and am wondering about opinions from those who have tried the Hot Shot Vapor and Eclipse. Any opinions?


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Moving to a thumb release. Questions. #archery

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I just picked up a thumb release and was playing with it today after many years of shooting a wrist strap. The first couple shots were scary, but I’m starting to get the hang of it after a dozen shots. Point of impact is the same which is good. I’d like to do it right and start off that way so I don’t get in any bad habits I need to break so I have a few questions.

I feel like I need a deliberate action with my thumb to get a release. Should I be pulling through the shot with my ring and middle finger to put pressure on my thumb?

I feel like the draw is shorter and am having to lean into the string. To get the anchor I feel is right, I’m having to bend my elbow more. The release has a pretty short neck. Is it common to move to a longer draw length?

Is there an anchor I should be aiming for? What feels the most natural is my index knuckle on the back of my jaw bone and my middle finger knuckle on my ear lobe.

Thanks for any input.


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First release – Carter Evo & Sensation? #archery

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I’ve been doing a huge amount of research, searching on AT, google searching and reading articles, watching videos on YouTube etc. I’ve just ordered my first bow (it’s a compound), and I’m trying to decide what release I am going to start with.

What I’ve learned most is that releases are a very personal thing.

After a lot of thought I think I might be best starting with some kind of back tension type release rather than a trigger release even though it will be more difficult. I assume it would be easier to learn now than possibly getting into some bad habits.

So my intention is to hunt eventually (Once I’m consistent and confident that I can make a good ethical shot. It would be mostly pigs and goats, a few rabbits perhaps, and if I can find somewhere to hunt them, some deer too eventually.

The idea I have at the moment is to get a release like the Carter Evolution, and when I’ve got it worked out and am shooting it consistently well at targets to then buy a Carter Sensation and practice with both, and then hunt with the Sensation since it sounds like a thumb trigger might be the more preferred option for hunting out of the two releases.

The reason for the Sensation is because my hunting will be spot and stalk so the release won’t just be clipped and hanging from a stationary bow as it might be in a blind or tree stand. I figure the open hook style would be more practical.

Does this make sense to those of you that are experienced? Given the price of releases I’d prefer to not make stupid decisions. I think the shop I go to carries both, so I can hopefully see if they fit my hand well before buying.

Look forward to hearing all your thoughts. Thanks in advance!


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Hinge release and limb stops? #archery

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Does anybody else have a problem with consistent shot execution shooting a bow with limb stops and a hinge release?


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