Provide a smooth draw and release with pull distributed over hand and wrist (felt draw weight is actually reduced 10-20%). Torque-free swivel head with wide roller surface reduces string and serving wear. Includes glove that keeps release in shooting position. All models have a long rifle-style trigger, adjustable down to 4-oz. pull. Strong, precision designs are made from case-hardened steel. Gloves are laminated 1,000 denier camo Cordura® sewn to suede cowhide. Slip-buckle and VELCRO® brand closures with adjustable wide web strap. Tested in excess of 100 lb. pull. Apparition™ camo glove included.
Free Flight Model C-10 Release The original free flight release.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Hunting Fool Winn Free Flight Release C-10
This is the best release I have ever used. I have had the same release for 7 years. I shoot on a daily basis and have no problems. The release seems to be bullet proof. I don't have to grip the release when drawing my 70# bow. The only finger I move to release the arrow is my trigger finger. The weight of the bow is distrubted over my entire arm and wrist. My father, my wife, and I all use this release and would recommend them to anyone, from the novice to the archery vet.
May 21, 2006
Rated 4 out of 5 by SGT1046 Winn C-10 Release
Very good quality release, very confortable. Manufacturer really stands behind it's product . I would recommend this release to anyone who is looking for a new innovative release aid, the price isnt bad either. I will be purchasing a left handed model for my son for Christmas.
October 4, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dfishhook Do not waste your money.
Trigger rarely winds up in the correct position, and when it does it fells awkward.
September 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by huntguy excellent
This is my second free flight release. my first one was used for 15 years and then passed on to my son who now uses it and loves it. I don't know if you can wear one of them out or not but I plan on trying, very easy to adjust and use.
September 8, 2011
The release should be locked to your loop or D-ring. You never put your finger on the trigger until you are ready to release the arrow and make the shot. Otherwise you could release the arrow prematurely.
Take a guess at what size your hand is by trying on some gloves, small medium and large. Go on from there, if its the wrong size, Bass Pro will take it back and you can get one that will fit better. A little bigger on the hand is better than too small.