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- ASIN: B004WMP156
- Item model number: 130-24
- Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
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Tru Ball Max Hunter Pro 4 Release
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- Head swivels 360 degrees,
- Adjustable sensivity screw,
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The Max Hunter has maximum draw length. A smaller head and smaller jaws for more draw length and more bow speed. It's completely quiet when loading. Activate trigger to open jaws. Let up on trigger to close them.
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A few other benefits I've found with this type of release:
1. While hunting or in a stand I can leave this release attached to the bow string, when a deer is sighted I can quietly grasp the release without looking at it, keeping my full attention on the deer.
2. While hunting in cold weather I can keep my hand warm in a mitten or muff and be ready to shoot quickly with the release either attached to the bow or in the muff nice and warm.
3. I can use my hand for other things without the bother of a wrist-strap release dangling from my wrist and bumping into things.
4. A more natural feel when using this type of release, and easier on the shoulder.
5. Much easier to control the trigger with my thumb than the wrist-style and index finger release.
I suggest you try this style of release; I keep my old wrist-style release in my hunting pack in case I drop my Tru Ball while in the tree stand.
first thing is first, when you get the release put locktight on the set screw and oil the calipers as stated earlier and you will have a very good experience with this release.
This release features an additional groove for you pinky finger, which is something I found to be essential if you're going to go with a thumb release. The thumb trigger position adjusts nicely and so does the sensitivity screw located on the back of the frame. I have mine set to only require a slight increase in pressure on the trigger in order to release the string.
I've found with these thumb releases that your lock point is also more consistent since you can position your knuckles behind your jaw much easier. Keep in mind that if you are switching from a wrist release, you will probably lose some draw length, so using a longer d-loop may be necessary to regain that length. All in all this is a very well made product with a smooth operating mechanism. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a rugged thumb release that is easy to operate and modify to each individual's hand.
Also, these releases are equipped to be fastened to a Tru Ball wrist strap so that you can have the best of both worlds.
1. Inconsistent feel.
2. Inconsistent position.
3. Pressure along the wrist.
WHAT IS IN THE BOX
The release is the only thing in the packaging. I already have tools to adjust my bow sights and other accessories but I was surprised that it didn't come with a tool.
Adjustment of the release was intuitive. The jaws rotate 360 degrees which is a big advantage for most users. The item has finger grooves which give good stability, though I would have preferred some checkering or knurling for the release to be a little bit more slip resistant.
Like others before me, I have found more comfort, control and consistency using this particular release with my compound bow. Because the use of the thumb allows for more gross motor skill for me, and I can do this action with a glove. This gives me more flexibility and versatility in cold weather. Additionally, you can clip the release onto your bow string, until you're ready to draw and shoot. I am able to hold and aim, much more easily and comfortably without pressure on my wrist from a strap.
I am definitely much happier with this type of release over the wrist-strap variety. It allows me to use it with gloves with is a lot more flexible for me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works awesome. Didn't like the wrist releases as I am used to pulling with fingers. Still have that same feeling but arrow shoot way straighter now. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Exactly what I was expecting and received it in a very timely manor,Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Love this release just as pictured and very nice ! definitely would recommend this to any one !Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
By far the best handheld release I've used. Great price too. You can get releases with the same performance, but not under $200.Published 1 month ago by Philip Irvin
I made a few changes in my archery setup this year and one change was switching to a thumb style release. Read morePublished 2 months ago by seth schmidt
tried this on my compound bow with a tru nok. DOES NOT HOLD. very disapointed for what i paid for it. can not trust it. cost me a cut lip because it will not hold using a tru nok.Published 2 months ago by danial
I bought this for my 17 year old daughter and she loves it! Everything about it is easier/more convenient for her compared to the typical wrist style release. Read morePublished 4 months ago by 01 r6 ratrod