T.R.U. Ball T.R.U. Nok with Peep Aligner
I have been using one of these for over four years now and find it reliable and quiet. I recently, purchased a new bow that came with a string loop from the factory as a complete package. When I was shooting it at the pro shop the loop kept changing directions after each shot. The pro tightened the loop, approx 40 shots afterwards at home outside, the string loop broke away. I went back to the pro shop and they were going to install a new one, when I advised them to put this Tru-lock on as I never experienced a failure as I did with the string loop.
I will keep using this product as It has never failed me. Happy that I didn't have my sights on a nice whitetail when that loop broke away.
October 27, 2009
I bought this because I was tired of tying string loops. I never trusted them. Not to mention the problems with my peep coming back crooked. This product solved everything! Absolutely every time I draw back, the peep is perfectly square with no tubing. The release feels solid on the loop and it even feels easier to drawback! I have found no difference in accuracy and have killed a turkey from 25 yds since making the change. Once you try this product you'll wonder why you haven't been using one forever!
January 13, 2007
I like the solid feel in my release. This does help to align the peep.
I would suggest changing the screws to alan head. The Philips head sockets are easily stripped. Because the thing is so smajl it is difficlut to keep square with the screw driver when tightening. This causes the screw driver to slip. It is very important to keep the screws tight as the shock and vibration of bowstring can cause the nock to turn, especially since the bowstring is waxed. It is difficult to get tight enough.
October 13, 2010
Has its pros and cons
I am currently using the Tru-Nok and like the durability of it. It's more reliable than string but it does increase noise. I will likely be going back to a string nok because I am afraid that this will spook deer beyond 20 yards affecting my kill shot with a jump or shooting over deer due them ducking at the noise. It does keep the peep in-line which is nice so there are pros and cons to this. If you are okay with the noise then it works very well.
October 27, 2008