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Scott Archery Scott Caliper Trigger Release

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Constructed of machined-aluminum and heat-treated steel. The Scott Archery Scott Caliper Trigger Release features a pair of moving jaws, a pivoting head and a padded nylon wrist strap with hook 'n' loop closure. Made in USA.
Manufacturer model #: 1001S-BK.

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Great Release I've been shooting with this release for a few years now and I love it. Super sensitive which is right up my alley. I wear a size XL glove and it would seem short to most people with bigger hands but the trigger sits comfortably in the first joint (from my hand outward) on my index finger. My wife had problems finding a smaller release and tried mine and loved the feel even with her small hands. Great release for anyone with any size grip. August 6, 2012
Pretty good I was lucky enough to try a ton of releases in the store when it was time to buy. I guess I lucked out again when I found one that fit just right to my hand. I also like how adjustable the trigger is. Only problem I have with it is how uncomfortable it can get over time. February 23, 2012
Classic caliper release!! This is a great, no frills, easy to use, reliable release. I've used Scott in the past and they have a high quality product. The trigger is very sensitive and I believe it's adjustable, but it is a hair trigger, which is nice if you're an experienced hunter. The only thing I don't like is that the wrist strap gets uncomfortable after about 50-100 shots. April 2, 2009
If you want a Hair Trigger, this is it! This is the third Scott release I've used, and by far the best one so far. Adjustable trigger action allows a novice to stiffen it up, and a advanced user to adjust it to the point of "surprise". Seriously, I was able to adjust the tension to the point that it fired before I could even feel my finger touching it. Maybe this is a bad thing, since nobody wants a misfire at decision time.... The biggest drawback is the lack of a length adjustment. Reaching the desire lay point in your hand relies solely on the strap positioning around your wrist, I would not suggest this release for a person with a large hand, say anyone who wears a XL or size 7 glove. March 3, 2009
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