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RedHead XPS Caliper Bow Release

   

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Jaw Style
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Ambidextrous

Velcro

Dual Caliper

Product Color:
Camo

Size:
OSFM

The RedHead® XPS® Caliper Bow Release features a dual caliper release with a contoured machined release head. Lengthen or shorten using the two-piece adjustment module for a custom fit. Finish off with a curved trigger and a camo padded VELCRO® brand wrist strap for comfort and performance.

  • Dual caliper release
  • Two-piece adjustment module for custom fit
  • Curved trigger and camo padded VELCRO wrist strap
Rated 4 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by i love it this is the best release ive ever used which has been many, my grandpa showed it to me when he bought it and i loved it and bought one for myself. it has nice padding which makes it very comfortable. i also have full trust in it and like the hair trigger. the only problem is that it doesnt adjust out as far as id like but i like very long releases August 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by the best ever This is a very good release I'v had other's and this is the best one i'v ever had hands down. February 12, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Not the release for me Ok here goes. Keep in mind this is MY opinion based on MY experience. I bought this release to pair with my new Blackout. I needed a release quick and didn't want to break the bank. I purchased this because I have always been a fan of Redhead products. What I did like: The release itself is very comfortable. The strap was soft and took no breaking in. The trigger break is clean and crisp (I wish my rifle were like that). And it's an attractive release. Very appealing. If you aren't particular about your release and just need something more consistent than finger shooting OR are new to archery and need a starter release, this may be for you. What I didn't like: This is not for a guy with smaller wrists. I'm a very big guy, but I have tiny joints. The barrel and head are very adjustable, but you can't seem to tighten it enough, just wants to come untightened. This hurt my consistency... tremendously. If you like a short release... this is not for you. Most importantly, the dual calipers on this particular release ate up my d-loop. I've ordered a Scott Little Goose. I won't shoot until I go pick it up and have my d-loop replaced. Again, It's only $30. I would recommend it. Try it and see If you like it then hey, it was $30 well spend. If you don't, it was only $30 and you can return it. Keep it safe and consistent! December 31, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great low cost release I'm trying to return to archery after a 20 year hiatus and need to get things going on a tight budget. I found a release at my local discount department store and found it very uncomfortable. Later in the week, I stopped by the nearest Bass Pro store and found this one. For only eight dollars more I was able to get a comfortable release with more features than the other one. I'm glad I kept my receipt. The Redhead also fits my large wrist/hand. I'm a REALLY big guy and have found wrist size to be an issue for some releases. This one fits with no problem. September 28, 2011
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Due to a wrist injury I found something called a Ripshot release that attaches above the elbow so that it doesn't put any strain on the wrist. It doesn't come with a release head.
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No. This is fixed head and you wouldn't want to remove it for any reason or suffer functionality concerns.
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Yeah you could take it off and attach it to something else I'm sure. It's got an exposed nut holding release head to strap, wouldn't be tough I wouldn't think
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The pull on mine is too light and will go off with a bump.
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You can't adjust the trigger pull. Keep your finger firmly behind it on the draw back and don't lay your finger on it until you're ready to shoot. You WANT a hair trigger that will go off with slightly more than a stiff breeze for proper release.
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My D-loop did experience wear, but I probably had over 1,000 shots on it, too.
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its consistant all year. ive used this release shooting almost every day and my lood is still in good shape
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yes it works for all bows. youth to adult
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it will work with any bow
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yes it works fine with junior bows
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is this for leftys too?

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yes. all you have to do is rotate the release.
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it dosent matter wich way you shoot this release will fit the same left or right
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the head go's both ways so it will work of right or left handed persons
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Sure is. Head swivels 360 degrees.
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no.
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no not on mine at least it is a matte silver
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no i hunt in GA and its always sunny out. i have never had it reflect the sun while shooting or any other time
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Not that we are aware. Have not had any problems with sun while using this product before.
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the release snaps open.
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it snaps
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It snaps open.
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it does not open slowly but has felt so it makes no noise it kind of in between
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it snaps open
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I want to know if a teen, ages 11 to 12, can use this release? Is it adjustable or is it only suited for larger hand sizes? Don't want to order this and then have to send it back.
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The strap would be very bulky on a child's wrist. Lengthwise, it would depend on the child. It is adjustable, but the 1/2-3/4" of adjustability may not be enough.
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I have two boys when I got this for them they were 7 and 9 years old. and they use the redhead release and the razors edge bow
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this release IS adjustable
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yes, this release would work easily for a variety of ages. Very adjustable.
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i have been using it for two years and never had a problem. i think it works great
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yes nice and smooth no problems with it.
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I just do not want to get out in the woods and have the arrow go off target because this hit the bow string just the slightest bit
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you shouldnt have any problems. i have been using might since 2008 and it is still working great. i even bought a top of the line release and the redhead is out performing it.
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No. It is a double caliper setup. It is designed to be completly in the clear when you release it.
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