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5 New Releases for 2012

5 New Releases for 2012

Release your arrow accurately and true towards a buck of a lifetime with any one of these new bow releases.

Fuse Clinch Dual Caliper

A key feature of the new Fuse Clinch Dual Caliper release is an improved jaw radius, designed to work more easily with a string loop. The one-piece trigger also connects to a precision roller sear for a smoother, more consistent trigger pull. Available in both black and Realtree AP camo.

Scott Longhorn Hunter

The Scott Longhorn Hunter features a large, ergonomic handle, a micro-adjustable bracket system, a draw-optimizing hook with an auto-locking band and a bracket stop for quick and easy loading by reducing over-travel. The micro-adjustable Rope Connector System is more rigid than nylon and fully adjustable to fit any hand.

Tru-Ball Center X Series

The Tru-Ball Center X Series of wrist-strap releases feature individual micro adjustment screws to adjust trigger sensitivity and travel. The Center X-S1 connects the release to the wrist with a webbed connection and includes a forward trigger. The Center X-S2 also connects to the wrist via a web has a swept-back trigger design. The Center X-G1 and Center X-G2 both use the tubular style globo-swivel connection to the wrist strap, one with a forward trigger, the other with a swept-back version.

Tru-Fire Hardcore Buckle Foldback Max

Tru-Fire adds features to their single-jaw Hardcore line in the Foldback Max, including a screw adjustment that allows trigger pressure to be set between three and 16 ounces. Another new feature is the Evolution II buckle, which has more than two-and-a-half times the padding and is wider with rolled edges for more comfort. Available in black or Realtree camo. More than an inch in length of adjustment can be had.

TruGlo Speed Shot Micro-Adjustable Connector

The TruGlo Speed Shot Micro-Adjustable Connector features a torque-free 360-degree rotating CNC-machined aluminum head and a 90-degree pivoting connector system. A one-piece adjustable trigger is contoured for an improved release, as the synchronized dual jaw design encourages a smooth trigger pull.

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