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Tru-Fire 3D Hunter Bow Release

   

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Ambidextrous

4 FINGER

Dual Caliper

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Camo
  • $79.99

  • SKU: 1263835

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A machined release with an independently rotating head!
The Tru-Fire® 3D Hunter Bow Release features solid CNC machined handle, independently rotating head, and a set screw in the handle that locks the head down in any position. Steel heat-treated jaws with Teflon® coating. Jaws open when you pull the trigger and close when you let up. No-cocking mechanism on the back like a standard hammer throw release, making it extremely quiet. Totally adjustable thumb bar and trigger travel. Right or left hand.
Manufacturer model #: 3DH-C.

Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great quality A bow expert told me to switch to this type of release (from a wrist wrap kind) to increase shot accuracy. I made the transition and it was very easy! I must admit, it shoots better in than a wrap. Now, I use this release as a primary, and keep the wrist wrap as a back up hunting. Great quality, and it has adjustments to tune in to your trigger pressure liking. October 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 Nice Release! My groups are already better from going to a thumb release from an old Scott wrist release. Actually haven't even adjusted the trigger tension or thumb peg (I'm a southpaw) yet and I can only imagine it will get better once i get those where I want them. Fits well in the hand and gives a much more solid anchor point than a wrist release. Daggone thing took 10 days to get shipped to me but oh well January 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Just feels good I brought my bow inTo bass pro and shot with about 6 different releases. I settled on this one. I was a little nervous because for a thumb release it is a very cheap price. But let me tell you it's built very well. I have been shooting this release for about 6 month now. My grouping shrunk in half at all yardages immediately. I practice out to 60 yrds often. I really like the fact that you can just clip it on your D loop and put your hands back in your pocket on those cold mornings. The thumb wheel can be reversed for us south paws too. I could go on and on but you really need to shoot it to appreciate it. You won't be disappointed. November 21, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by best purchase ever I changed from a wrist strap release to this one and i was very happy. as soon as i shot it i was shooting tighter groups. great buy if your looking for a thumb release. August 21, 2013
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Do you have to push the trigger forward or pull it back or will it work either way?
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Pull it back
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pull it back only.
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Pull it back
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It comes with a pull back trigger. You may reverse it. Works in one direction only.
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Pull
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It can work either way, depending upon how you set it up. The top trigger will be pulled while the middle trigger will be pushed - personnally I use the top trigger because I believe it is safer to use (no dry fire when practicing or misfire due to unintentional pressure).
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Yes, it is relatively easy to adjust. You need to shoot your bow a couple times each time you make a minor adjustment. It took me about 2-3 adjustment and practice sessions to get it perfect. I like a super hair-trigger, so I am probably pickier than most.
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Yes there is an Allen head screw to adjust the trigger travel. And you can make it very sensitive.
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Yes it does and also the thumb lever is adjustable
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Dont think so but it has an adjustable trigger position which makes it a whole lot more comfortable.
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The set screw on the tuning pad beneath the trigger
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Go to their website, it will give you the instructions to do this.
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There is an adjustment but I could not feel the difference, Put some light oil on the moving parts and keep on playing with it for a while and see if that smooths it out for you. If you go hunting, it would be a good idea to get a wrist strap, drill a hole on the handle and attached this to the wrist strap. It is cheaper to buy a wrist strap than to replace this release.
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does it have a finger release.
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Thumb release. Some people don't like that style, but I am a huge fan.
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Thumb release.
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It has an adjustable thumb release
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This is a thumb release, your fingers are used to hold and pull on the the handle. Actually you can pull better with this release than the trigger type releases that I have triedl. The drum attachment also has an adjustable position, or if you prefer take the drum off.
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No. The release is held closed all the time, only when you wish to shoot or clip to your string can you manually open it with the thumb trigger, let off on the trigger and the teeth close again. In my opinion, the placement of the thumb trigger is very comfortable and much more "user friendly" then the finger models.
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