RedHead XPS Deluxe Caliper Bow Release

   

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Ambidextrous

Velcro

Dual Caliper

Product Color:
Camo

Size:
OSFM
  • $44.99

  • SKU: 1377249

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The RedHead® XPS® Deluxe Caliper Bow Release features standard dual caliper design with deluxe features. This slim caliper head has an adjustable curved trigger. E-Z Adjust module makes lengthening and shortening a breeze for a perfect fit every time. Swing away feature makes it possible for you to perform other tasks with the release still in place. Padded leather buckle strap for comfort and easy on and off.

  • Slim caliper head with adjustable curved trigger
  • E-Z Adjust module
  • Swing away feature
  • Padded leather buckle strap
  • Easy on and off
RedHead XPS Deluxe Caliper Bow Release 4.3 5 12 12
Great Release! I have only used this release for a short period of time but I am very happy with it so far. I feel it is a quality release and functions well. I really like that it adjusts well so that it fits my hand perfectly. Nice crisp trigger at the release point. It is a great value for the money! July 27, 2013
Great for the price Great release for $40, can't beat I will probably get a 2nd one just in case May 28, 2013
easy to operate I liked the fit on my hand and ease of operation, but found it had a hair triger. A very light touch releases the arrow. April 11, 2013
Fantastic release! Don't let the price decieve you Got this as my very first release with a gift card last X-mas (2011). It's almost X-mas 2012 and still absolutley ZERO issues with this release. It fits my bare wrist as tight as I want it and it's got plenty of holes in the belt to easily allow me to fit it over top of my thick gauntlet style winter gloves if I wish. It's still as quiet, smooth and dependable as the day I picked it up. Never had a mis-fire. Took down my first bow kill deer this month. If my release ever got lost, broke, stolen etc. I would go right back and get the same one, no doubt. November 28, 2012
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 - Rio Grande Valley
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No,you manually engage the jaws by pushing trigger forward.
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No, hair trigger, just wrote a review, give it a day or so to come up
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No, This is not self closing.
2 years, 11 months ago
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Yes. Its a universal release.
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 - Sebring, Florida
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Yes, the head of the release swivels 360 degrees. Left hand and right hand welcome!
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 - Oswego County, NY
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Yes there is instructiOns in the box but save ur money this release failed on me the second time I shot with it and I lOst two arrows cos of this junky release
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Not sure the diameter that this is capable of, but unless your wrist is bigger than the average man's calf muscle then you'd be ok. I fit it over my gauntlet winter hunting gloves no problem.
1 year, 11 months ago
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 - UP State NY
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My bow is about 70lbs. pull back and it holds fine but it becomes a hair trigger. Lower poundage it does fine around 50lbs. or 60lbs.
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It WILL NOT release itself...you have to deploy the trigger. It comes with an allen wrench and instructions how to adjust sensitivity and trigger travel.
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I am not having any trouble, but I am at about 65 lbs.
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Included in the package is an allen wrench and instructions on how to set trigger travel and sensitivity.
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No I never had that problem
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I didn't have a problem with it releasing by it's self but the pin that hold the release to the wrist fell out. So therefore if it was only hanging in by a little bit and you drew back a misfire could very possibly happen
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No, very sensitive though
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