Radical forward trigger placement for increased draw length
Ultra-solid rod connection
Open hook design for quick speed-loading
11-oz. trigger pull
360º torque-free heads
Independent caliper jaws
Inner ball/ramp firing mechanism for a smooth release every time
Adjustable trigger tension
Machined-aluminum and steel construction
All T.R.U. Ball® releases feature 360º torque-free heads. Independent caliper jaws provide a smooth release, inner ball/ramp firing mechanism for a smooth release every time, adjustable trigger tension, and machined-aluminum and steel construction.
The Beast was designed for the Bone Collector™ team. High-speed design includes radical forward trigger placement for increased draw length, with an ultra-solid rod connection. Open hook design for quick speed-loading. 11-oz. trigger pull. Made in USA.
Rated 5 out of 5 by GrimmRoper Nice Release
This is a great release. I recently wanted to switch to a hook style release after my old release started to wear out. I tried the Spott Hogg and the TRU Fire releases at the same time as this one.
The trigger on the Spott Hogg was the best, but the wrist wrap was the worst of all three. The TRU Fire wrist strap was awesome, but the trigger and hook release was by far mediocre to the TRU Ball Beast and the Spott Hogg.
The TRU Ball Beast has a nice wrist wrap and the hook is really nice. The trigger is also pretty smooth. I used it for a javelina and deer hunt last month and I really enjoyed it. I did put some lubricant on the release where it attaches to the wrist strap and never noticed a problem
February 18, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by dehunter Truball Release
This is an awesome release. the trigger has little to no movement in it wich allow for a cleaner release and you will not end up punching it. the hook is also amazing but the trap is alitte uncomfortable but over all this is the best release i have owned
November 5, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ronspr BEST RELEASES EVER
i got the releases about 4 weeks ago ive shot with it every day since i got it and it never fails never slipped yet
October 19, 2010
does the release head swivel back out of the way, or does it always stand out? For instance, could i tuck it in my sleeve when climbing a stand or would i need to take it off so it isnt causing a problem? sorry if my question isnt too clear.