The Best Release For Bow Hunting in 2023
TruFire Patriot Archery Compound Bow Release - Adjustable Black Wrist Strap
Tru-Fire Smoke Extreme Archery Bow Release Aid, Black, One Size
- Durable - made from high quality, no stretch fabric with soft interior lining. Easy to put on and Remove
- Ambidextrous - the trigger head rotates a full 360 degrees making it appropriate for either left or right hand Shooters
- Adjustable trigger travel - open jaws by pulling back the trigger, let off the trigger to close the jaws. Foldback option
- Rugged and compact - extremely durable jaws with a dime sized head
- Proudly made in the USA - superior Wisconsin to be exact
TruFire Hardcore Buckle Foldback Adjustable Archery Compound Bow Release - Black Wrist Strap with Foldback Design
- Plush black evolution II buckle has 2.5x more padding and is slightly wider with rolled edges creating the most comfortable strap on the market
- Adjust trigger pressure (separate from trigger travel) from 3 ounces to well over 16 ounces by just a couple turns of the screw
- Over 5/8 inch length adjustment, swept back trigger
- Hook design with Tru center technology 20 degree head pivot, guaranteed not to slip off loops
- Quick and easy trigger travel adjustment. Fits both left and right hands. 100% made in the USA
- Trigger pressure adjustable from 3 to over 16 ounces
- Super plush camo buckle strap
- Over 1 inch length adjustment
- Fully adjustable trigger travel
- Swept back trigger
Tru-Fire Trufire Smoke Max Archery Bow Release Aid with Foldback Option, Smoke Max Release, Camo, One Size
- All Day comfort - the smoke max release has more padding for superior comfort while Shooting
- Fold back design - foldback ring means you will find the perfect fit and have your hands free to glass or climb with no flopping or clanging
- Locking length adjustment - with 360 degree rotating head. Fits both left and right handed archers
- Adjustable trigger travel - spring loaded jaws automatically return to the closed position once the trigger is released
- Proudly made in the USA - superior Wisconsin to be exact
TruFire Smoke Adjustable Archery Compound Bow Release with Foldback Design - Black Wrist Strap
- FOLDBACK BUCKLE STRAP - for hands free operation, giving you the ability to secure to wrist with one hand and glass, climb, or rattle with no flopping or clanging
- FITS LEFT AND RIGHT HAND - Features a 16 position trigger thumb adjustment system ensuring a perfect fit for every hand size
- RUGGED AND COMPACT – Extremely durable jaws with a dime sized head
- ADJUSTABLE TRIGGER TRAVEL – Allows for extreme adjustability for an archer’s maximum comfort. Open jaws by pulling back the trigger, let off the trigger to close the jaws
- PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA - Superior Wisconson to be exact
Spot-Hogg Archery Products WGBOA Black/Purple Wise Guy Bow Release w/BOA Strap
holylife Adjustable Archery Release Aid Compound Bow Wrist Release Nylon Strap Bow Quick Release for Hunting Shooting
- ❋EASY TO USE:The Velcro Strap Provides a Quick And Comfortable Fit On Your Hand, Bring A Good Release Feeling On Your Wrist. It Could Flexible Adjust As Needed. Hands Free Operation,Easy For Any Archer To Use And Avoids Over Complicated Set Ups.
- ❋HIGH ACCURACY AND QUALITY:Matched With a 4-Hole Adjustment, Precision Trigger And 360 Degrees Head Rotates, Perfect For Your Hands And Very Sturdy. This Trigger Is Crisp, Light But High Quality, Which Allows You Make Very Accurate Shooting.
- ❋ BOTH HANDS AVAILABLE:This Archery Compound Bow Wrist Fits Both Left And Right Hands, Can Prevents String Torque. Bigger 360-Degree Rotating Caliper And Solid Nylon Wrist Strap Could Reach To Best Shoots Results.
- ❋COMPOUND BOW APPLICATION:Bow Release Is Designed For Use With Bows Of 80lbs Draw Or Less. When Using The Archery Releases Of The More Obvious, Trigger Gravity Is Relatively Large, Can Reduce Unnecessary Damage.
- ❋100% QUALITY GURANTEE: We Promise 100% Full Refund If You Have Any Dissatisfaction With Product. Or Any Question Or Suggestions, Please Feel Free To Contact Us. Our Duty Is Create a Best Shopping Experiences For Our Customer.
Tru-Fire Edge 4-Finger Aluminum Hand Held Camo Archery Bow Release
- UNDENIABLE COMFORT - Super sleek, comfortable, CNC machined, solid aluminum handle and head
- UNINHIBITED ROTATION - 360 degrees of uninhibited rotation providing torque-free shooting
- ADJUSTABLE TRIGGER TRAVEL – For maximum performance and comfort
- PERFECT FOR EVERY HAND – Adjustable thumb button for a custom fit on either right or left hand
- MADE IN THE USA – Superior, WI to be exact
Archery Compound Bow Release Aid Trigger Caliper Shooting Camo Design - Adjustable Black Wrist Strap (Pack of 1)
- AMBIDEXTROUS - The trigger head rotates a full 360 degrees making it appropriate for either Left or Right hand shooters. This releaser is designed for use with compound bows up to 75lbs.
- AFFORDABLE & EASY TO USE - The adjustable strap provides a quick and comfortable fit and allows you to make adjustments as needed. Easy to use with an affordable price
- STURDY & SMOOTH - The camo release aid has a durable steel trigger with a smooth release whether it's your first shot or the thousandth, its built to last
- ADJUSTABLE TRIGGER - Adjust the sensitivity to control the trigger travel
- RISK-FREE: we promise to provide our esteemed customers a most pleasant experience. Any reason makes you dissatisfy with the archery release aid, please email us and we will solve the problems for you within 24 hours.
TRUGLO DETONATOR Ultra-Smooth Single Jaw Archery Release, Realtree APG Camo BOA Strap, Side-Lock Connection
- Quiet, fast and accurate
- Streamlined open-hook single-jaw design for fast and easy loading – perfect for string loops
- Hook opens away from shooter for more comfort
- Ultra-smooth, micro-adjustable trigger pull with a crisp feel
- Precision stainless steel wear-free jaw
- Stainless steel firing mechanism for increased durability and repeatability
- Forward trigger position enables faster arrow speeds
- Ergonomic hand and finger position
- 360-degree rotating head eliminates string torque
- Premium release strap for long-lasting comfort
House Hunting in a Cash Buyer's Market
With the tempting low interest rates, my husband and I began house hunting with high hopes of finding our first home together. However, one thing we hadn't bargained for was the heavy competition with all cash buyers.
My husband and I have the house hunting blues. Though we only started looking about 2 months ago, we've already found that the process is surprisingly easy to burn out on. It's not that we can't find any places, but rather, we cannot seem to compete with the other offers.
When we originally started looking this spring, we were both incredibly hopeful - what with interest rates down, having a great realtor, and being realistic about buying a smaller home to start with, we thought we were well prepared. However, four offers and four rejections later, that bright sparkling image of the housing market has begun to tarnish for us. We've become a bit more hesitant to go for houses and have developed the unhelpful ritual of comfort foods every time we lose one. Lost that one we liked on Cassia Street? Darn - how does pizza sound? Perfect. Ironically we also recently started using the app MyFitness Pal (link) to help us stay in shape and be more aware of the random calories we consume. After losing yet another bid one weekend I discovered MyFitnessPal had posted a note on my home screen stating "Darcy has not logged her calories for several days - perhaps she needs encouragement?" My response to what I deemed an added insult to injury is perhaps best not recorded.
What exactly is it that it causing the difficulty? Perhaps it is partially impatience. I understand from friends that it took many of them a year or so to find something, and as I've said, we have only been at this a few months. I also suspect that falling in and out of love with places plays a part. I liken the process to the TV show The Bachelor where female contestants are taken on fairytale dates and are all fighting for one man, making him a hot commodity. It's a simple supply and demand issue and the likeable Bachelor, who is usually just an Average Joe, suddenly becomes the man of their dreams worth doing anything for. Likewise, having so many people swarming over a particular place seems to increase its value and I find myself falling in love with every such condo or house, which doesn't help the process.
My opinion of what keeps our offers from being accepted however is the prevalence of cash buyers. It seems to be a growing trend in California to make all cash offers (link). My husband claims I have a tendency to vilify those who pay cash, but for us, despite being college graduates and having good jobs, saving up several hundred thousand is simply not a possibility. So when competing with those that want to flip or rent out a place, it often seems unfair that where we may offer a higher amount, the cash offer is far more tempting. Many couples our age appear to be in the same boat. We joke that we feel as if we are starting to see the same couples. "There's the Wilsons again - did you get that bid on the other place? No? Pity. Well hey, you came closer than us. Oh look, there are the Smiths - how's it going?" At least for all the frustrations, we are well aware that there are many other people our age going through the same thing.
In an effort to combat the cash offers, we have experimented with putting a face to a name by going to open houses and talking or joking with the realtors, but that has no noticeable effect. We found places that were in a lower price range and made higher offers, once offering $18,000 over, but even then we didn't even place as a backup offer despite pristine credit scores. I've daydreamed about knowing someone famous that could make the offer for us and possibly win it by their fame, but then of course I don't know Leonardo Di Caprio, and his agent won't return my phone calls. All in all, I'm guessing it's going to be a matter of being in the right place at the right time along with a lot of prayer. Hopefully it won't take us a year, but we're not holding our breath. In the meantime, given that two of the houses we were supposed to look at today both sold and neither were on the market for more than 3 days, I'm contemplating pizza and wondering how many laps around the block I'll need to work it off.