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Scott Archery Shark Trigger Release

   

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Ambidextrous

Buckle

Dual Caliper

Product Color:
Camo

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OSFM
  • $69.99

  • SKU: 926819

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A compact sight designed especially for today's powerful, short axle-to-axle bows, the Scott Archery Shark Trigger Release features a revolutionary compact design. The Shark features a compact, dual moving jaw design and wide roller-sear for smooth trigger pull. The pivoting head features a four-position extended slip adjustment. Padded leather wrist strap comes with buckle closure. Forward trigger. Color: Realtree AP. Made in USA.
Manufacturer model # - 1002BS2-CA

  • Designed for high-performance, short axle-to-axle bows
  • Compact dual moving jaw design
  • Wide roller sear for smooth trigger pull
  • Pivoting head
  • Four-position extended slip adjustment
  • Padded leather wrist strap with buckle closure
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by excellant release for the money I recently bought a bow from bass pro. I never had one before. So, with that being said I had to buy everything else with it. This release came highly recommended by bass pro archery guys because of price and ability to adjust it. Darn good price and releases the string well, very smooth feeling and it's adjustable too. you can adjust the caliper length as well as the trigger mechanism. A friend also bought one he loves his more than his tru-fire release he has used for years. so, that speaks for it's self to me. Just got it so I don't know how long it lasts but, Scott Archery is a good name they say. August 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Scott Release Just bought this release the other day at BP on sale and so far i've really enjoyed it. It has a hair trigger and i was able to adjust it to fit me. I've noticed my groupings are much better than with my old release. Very good release so far! August 9, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great release for the money Took a while to get (back ordered) but with the sale price I was willing to wait. Release works as well if not better then those costing much more. Like the foward trigger design. Would have given it 5 stars if I had gotten the release with the webbing connecting the head & the wrist strap. October 6, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Product I've had this product for a couple of weeks and it has been performing well. I've improved on my arrow grouping, this was mainly due to the hair-like trigger. Only complaint is after using the product for many hours of practice, the wrist strap gets to be a little bit uncomfortable.(not a problem in a hunting situation) It could use a little more padding in the wrist strap. Other than that it is a excellent release. Way to go SCOTT. October 3, 2011
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Thank you for your inquiry. Yes, it does pivot 360 degrees.
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In the product description "forward trigger" is mentioned. Does that mean the relative postion of the trigger on the body of the release, or does it actually mean the trigger releases by forward motion of the trigger (actually pushing rather than pulling the trigger)?

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you pull it like all the rest but you can also adjust the pull weight like a rifles trigger.
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Forward-positioned knurled-trigger maximizes draw length.
Relative position.
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If so, how is the trigger speed on this one?
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Yes, a hair trigger minimizes my jerking on the trigger when i shoot.
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in my experience, the smoothness of the trigger is important. i feel one of the biggest issues in accuracy is knowing waiting for it to release. just pull smoothly and relax.

i use this release, and for the money, i dont think it gets any better. it is very comfortable and smooth.
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read review,sounds to touchy,unless adjustable trigger,so need to know if it isbefore purchase
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It is adjustable, factory setting is working great for me.
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There is a trigger sensitivity adjustment set screw at the base of the trigger below the trigger post. Turn screw clockwise to increase tension & counter-clockwise to decrease tension.
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It is adjustable... it's the little screw on the trigger when the release is open. I think all Scott archery releases are adjustable here.
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No the trigger is not adjustable and it is sensitive but by no means is it a "hair" trigger. You should try it at the store if you have the option.
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