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Tru-Fire 360 Buckle Foldback Bow Release

   

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Ambidextrous

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Dual Caliper

Product Color:
Camo

Size:
OSFM
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Tru-Fire® 360 Buckle Foldback Bow Relea features dual-caliper design with 360º head rotation that occurs in front of the trigger, allowing the trigger to rotate with your hand. Jaws open when you pull the trigger and close automatically when you release it. Adjustable trigger travel and over 1" of length adjustment. Leather foldback buckle strap. Color: Camo.
Manufacturer model #: 360-BF.

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Well worth it! This is the first release I have purchased in over 10 years which happened to be a Tru-Fire Patriot. The Patriot never failed me and has been used to let well over 1000 arrows fly. I looked at other brands but I decided to stick with Tru-Fire since my old one never let me down. I wanted one with a buckle, fold away design, and plenty of adjustment and the Tru-Fire 360 fit the bill with everything I wanted. The strap is very comfortable much more quiet than my old patriot with the velcro strap. Get one. May 17, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Not happy with design There are 2 different 360 releases available, the standard (offered at BassPro) and the 360 Elite (offered at pro bow shops). The Elite has all the adjustments of the standard plus a trigger tension adjustment. I purchased the Elite to have total trigger adjustment. Even with the higher priced Elite 360, the trigger is junk. Why? Most bow hunters use a release that works like a sear on a gun, a little tension, small travel and all of a sudden you have 100% release. Not so with the 360. Because the head spins from the trigger housing, the release is sent down the center of the body housing. Its basically a pyramid that retracts from between the jaws. That makes the jaws open slowly with the trigger pull until the loop or bow string can finally fit between the jaws. There is no sudden release with minimal trigger pull. Other than that, I love the hybrid strap and fold back. I have sold this release on an online auction sight and purchased the Tru Fire Hardcore instead. It didnt cost that much more but it was well worth the extra investment. Dont waste your $ on this release if you are use to a conventional release trigger....shoot for the Edge or hardcore instead. In addition. The whole point of the 360 head is to be able to rotate your hand, the trigger follow your hand and the head stay with the string preventing bow torque. This may work if you shoot off the bow string but if using a D loop, the tension on the release from drawing your bow causes too much friction at the place of rotation. That said you still end up twisting your D loop just as a standard release. Major design flaw Tru Fire.....fix it or get rid of the release. October 5, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great 1st release I have owned. Works like it is suppose to. Keeps me on target out to the 50yard pin. April 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Release! I was sick of my old release getting in the way of everything and the velcro strap making so much noise. The Tru-Fire was so easy to change to...a few twists to get the right length and a few practice shots to make sure everything was on. It folds back and stays out of the way, but its ready to go in a quiet second. The ease and silence of putting it on made this an easy choice for me. January 26, 2011
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To answer it simply,,,,it has too much trigger pull and pressure. I just got rid of this release and posted a good honest review on Basspros page. My user name is sportsmanphil.

Basically the trigger doesnt release like a gun sear, little pull, little travel and then 100% release. Instead you have to pull the trigger and as you pull the trigger the jaws open at the same rate. Eventually it fires the bow only when the string or loop can finally fit through the jaw.

I even bought the 360 Elite (pro shop only) to have trigger tension adjustment and even all the way down it was heavy and long trigger pull.

Go for the Hardcore instead, you will love it.
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trigger pull is adjustable to fit your preferences mine is set for a light pull
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Right around 6 ounces when set light. Thanks
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