Knowing the differences between the types of archery releases and choosing the correct one for you can be difficult. Especially for someone just getting into archery, or someone simply wanting to switch things up. Bow releases have a major impact on accuracy and having the correct release will greatly impact your experience.
At Trophy Ridge we offer a range of releases to suit different preferences and needs. In this article, we will spend some time talking about the differences and scenarios for when you might use one over another.
1. One of our most popular bow releases is the Trophy Ridge Precise Pro T Release. This thumb release is designed for pro performance, with an ergonomic 4-finger design that allows you to utilize more drawing power. The sear-style mechanism provides a smooth release, and the caliper head rotates a full 360 degrees to eliminate torque and help you find your perfect draw. The thumb-trigger and sear tension are fully adjustable for absolute accuracy and a perfectly consistent release.
2. If you're looking for something that's very customizable, the Trophy Ridge DrawPoint Release might be the right choice for you. This index finger release is infinitely adjustable, with a rotating shaft that locks in any position and stays out of the archer's way. The rotating head ensures accuracy, and the trigger travel and length can be adjusted to fit any archer's preference. The DrawPoint also features a high-quality, smooth leather wrist strap and a hinge spring that resets immediately after release.
3. For those who prefer a 360-degree rotating head, the Trophy Ridge Spot-On Release is an excellent option. This slim, single-caliper release delivers a crisp, torque-free release with every shot. The durable ball joint connects to a 360-degree swiveling arm that locks into four different positions for unobstructed use while climbing your tree stand or glassing. The Spot-On Release is fully adjustable, with up to 1 inch of length adjustment for left- and right-hand bowhunters and a fully adjustable trigger travel.
4. For those who prefer a release that can be tucked away when not in use, the Trophy Ridge Shootout Release is a great choice. This compact, dual-caliper bow release features a durable ball joint connection to a full 360-degree swivel arm design that allows the release to be tucked in a shirt or jacket sleeve when not in use. Like the other releases, the Shootout is fully adjustable, with up to 1 inch of length adjustment for left- and right-hand bowhunters and a fully adjustable trigger travel.
5. If you're on a budget, the Trophy Ridge 10-Ring Release is a compact, dual-caliper bow release that won't break the bank. It features a durable ball joint connection to a 360-degree swiveling arm that can be locked into four positions for unobstructed use while climbing your tree stand or glassing. The 10-Ring Release is fully adjustable, with up to 1 inch of length adjustment for left- and right-hand bowhunters and a fully adjustable trigger travel.
6. For those who prefer an interlocking jaw system, the Trophy Ridge ArchX Release provides a crisp trigger and smooth release. The length of the adjustable nylon strap was designed to fit all hand sizes from youth to adult.
7. The ArchX Youth Release is specifically designed for young archers, with a wrist strap that is ideal for small hands and a Velcro® closure system.
In conclusion, when it comes to choosing a bow release, Trophy Ridge has something for everyone, whether you're a pro or a beginner.