Tru-Fire® Team Realtree® Buckle Release
Features a dual caliper release that uses a free-floating, self-centering steel ball that rolls along the inside of the jaws for an even smoother release. Features a Realtree® camo pattern on the leather Evolution buckle strap. Adjustable trigger sensitivity. Right and left hand. Made in USA.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Buckhunter2012 Great release! Wanted a quiet release that I can quietly put on in the field. I think this release can adjust to fit anyone out there! Great product at a Great Price! October 7, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by GatesF good enough bought all my bow accessories from bass pro. the Tru-Fire® Team Realtree® Buckle Release is absolutely great. i would have liked it to be a little more sensitive and for the holes for the buckle strap to be a little less spaced out. (easy fix). but this is my first year with a bow and i'm more than pleased with this product. no problems. May 5, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by FrontLineDefense Impressed! Very quiet release, ease to attach to bow string. You will not hear the release when shooting, buckle strap is nicer than velcro models that will cling to the cuff of most long sleeve hunting shirts. Adjusting the head to make it longer is nice for those with long fingers. Very smooth release straight out of the box!! I have seen some for twice the price, why pay more for the same. I bought one to not have any excuses for the big boy on my camera. My other release made a clicking sound when attaching it to the string, not this one! September 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nicko86 Perfect Release This release is perfect. Can adjust the length of the trigger placement and there is enough holes for any size wrist. This can be easily compared to the more expensive releases. No need to spend more money on other triggers that do the same thing. January 20, 2011
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Details:I know it says the trigger is adjustable, is the length adjustable as well?
Details:When adversized, it stated that is has an adjustable trigger pull. I own this release, but do not see how the trigger is adjustable, I am having trouble with it opening all the way also. Is this release faulty, or just not adjusted right.
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A:There should be a screw near where the trigger attaches to the release and this adjusts how hard you have to pull the trigger to release the string. If it is not opening all the way after adjusting that screw, then it is probably a defective release. The techs at Bass Pro should be able to help adjust the release if you are having too many problems.
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