Scott Archery Shark Trigger Release
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
Basic but good
Overall, this is a very good release for me. The trigger is light but not too light and the knurled surface gives excellent purchase. I have been shooting very regularly with it for about a month now and have only found 2 problems with it so far. The first is the lack of a mechanism to allow the head and assembly to swing out of the way when you are not using. The second (very minor) problem is that the camo covering the strap is a bit flimsy and has already started to fray. This has not affected the structural integrity of the release at all but is just a bit annoying. The trigger is also non-adjustable but I think the pull is perfect so this is not a problem for me. Hope this helps!
October 25, 2008
this release is great. it is extremely quiet, fully adjustable, comfortable, smooth, and best of all it has a sensitive trigger! there were 2 major components when i was looking for a release, and that it had to be comfortable and the trigger needed to have little or no resistance when squeezed. so this was it! its important that your trigger is easy to squeeze, because the harder it is to squeeze, the more likely you can pull off your target. and that is one thing you definitley dont have to worry about with this release! when or if this one wears out, i will be buying another one!
April 11, 2010
My favorite release
I have used several other release aids over the years. I purchased a Shark a while ago and it has been my favorite since the first time I put it on.
It is comfortable and quiet. The adjustable head makes it the right length for just about any archer.
My original Shark is still going strong. I bought this one as a backup in case I lose my first one.
September 30, 2014