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Tru-Fire Patriot Caliper Release - Power Strap

   

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Ambidextrous

Velcro

Dual Caliper

Product Color:
Black

Size:
OSFM
  • $25.99

  • SKU: 927162

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The Tru-Fire® Patriot Caliper Release features a padded black nylon power strap that's very easy to put on. Made in USA.
Manufacturer model #: 50597.

Tru-Fire Releases increase arrow speed and improve accuracy, providing a smooth, quiet, consistent release with every shot. Most models have Tru-Rotator™ heads that turn independently of the grip and trigger to virtually eliminate string torque. Super-wide mouths for quiet, easy loading - automatically open, load, and lock onto string! Hardened steel firing components with adjustable tension trigger pull. For right- or left-hand archers.

Tru-Fire Patriot Caliper Release - Power Strap 4.5 5 37 37
Great buy! This release was inexpensive compared to the many options available. I have used in wet icy conditions over & over with no issues. I've shot over 1,000 shots and it has been consistent every time. The trigger is a hair trigger so a very light touch and you're off and running. Most BPS's have an archery range, ask to try one out before you buy if you can. Good luck! January 5, 2010
Horrible Job Tru-Fire I got this release because I heard tru-fire was a good company but the other day I was hootin with it and about mid draw my arrow went flying and so did pieces of my release. I had only shot about 400 shots with this release and I am very disappointed with tru-fire. I returned it to bass pro and got a redhead release January 19, 2015
Quick Release I was able to open it and use it right out of the box. I improved my groups by a good 4 to 6 inches. Very well priced and does everything that the bigger priced ones do. Smooth, quite, and a blast to use. July 8, 2006
Dont buy the expensive releases Before i had this realease i had an eagle middle finger trigger release and i paid over 100.00 for it. After using it for about a year it started to malfunction. like the jaws wouldnt stay shut so when i was pulling it back it would some times release and i would loose that arrow most of the time. I had enough of that so i decided that i wasnt going to spend too much money this time and went with the cheapest release i could find. i have been shooting this for 3 years and it hasnt failed me yet. i have dropped it gotten it wet and it still performs like the day i brought it out of the box. August 3, 2009
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How long is the release?

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Fully adjustable to fit almost any anchor point or trigger pul location(I like it on the first knuckle on index finger for easier squeeze off of release instead of at tip of finger which causes a jerky action IMOP
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I have a Tru-Fire release that works as well as I can ask for, but I'm reserving my string once a month. It tears through it like a knife. I was looking at other releases that are more expensive but I would like to save some money and try this one out. Anybody have any serving problems using this release?
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I had this problem with a couple of different releases, my archery shop suggested a d-loop, and I haven't had a problem since.
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if you are attaching the release directly on the string then yes it will tear up your serving. your best bet is to use a d-loop. it preserves the life of the serving and is really cheap. most Bass Pro shops will tie a d-loop on for no charge.
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