There are a few different ways to release the bowstring on a bow; back tension release is one of them. This type of release uses a trigger that is activated by the tension in your back muscles. When the trigger is pulled, it releases the bowstring, allowing the arrow to be fired.
Back tension release is a great option for hunting, as it allows you to have a more precise shot. When you are hunting, you often have to be in a position where you cannot see the target. This means that you have to be able to trust your release to fire the arrow when you want it to.
Back tension release gives you that control.
20 Best Back Tension Release For Hunting
1. Tru Ball Max Hunter Plus 3 Finger Release Black
The Tru Ball Max Hunter Plus features a 1/2? ergonomic head, 360 degree swivel head, easy open and close jaws, finger bed grooves, adjustable sensitivity screw and a built in lanyard. Activate trigger to open jaws, let up to close.
I bought my first TRU ball max pro release because I wanted to transition out of a wrist release. Went up to the archery range and my first two shots were fine (accuracy seemed a little off but okay).
After 2 shots, I misfired 8 arrows straight realizing that the screw for trigger tension was missing. I went to exchange for an identical model. Made sure to check all screws were in place and even reduced the sensitivity of the release.
Straight out of the box the second release had the same issue. Couldn’t shoot another arrow with the release. Would not recommend anyone get this release unless you wanna punch yourself in the lip. I appreciate bass pro for being so willing to allow me to exchange for full refund so I can just invest in a more reliable release.
I rotated the hex adjustment screw 2 times hoping for a lighter release when depressing the lever with my thumb. “Instead of a lighter trigger”, I got lighter jaw tension and the jaws separated from my d loop at the start of my draw.
I’m not sure what would happen if I had used a different number of rotations but thought that it could have caused a possible unexpected release in the middle of my bow draw. I returned the hex screw to factory position and shot wide groups compared to my index finger style release.
Bought a new bow and for the life of me could not get comfortable with my trigger release. I was shooting all over the place. Bought this bad boy for my first thumb release and glad I did! My anchor point and draw is just so much more natural now! Plus you can hang it on your bow while in the stand and not have a release in your way of doing other things.
Following the instructions for how much tension you want on your release is easy. After shooting my initial set of 3 arrows, I was already use to the release. Go to a thumb release, you wont’ regret it!.
The Edge has a very sleek head size which is the same diameter as a dime. A linear motion bearing internally makes the trigger action on this release extremely smooth. Features the Evolution buckle strap with our innovative foldback system which allows you to position the release so the head is out of your way for a safe and quiet climb up your ladder stand, pulling arrows, rattling, etc.
I bought my original Trufire Hardcore approx 8 years ago. I just purchased another one for a back-up because I got worried they would stop making them! I love the hook for no look attaching it to the string during the moment of truth.
The fold back design is great for hunting out west during serious hiking. Accuracy is great and I’ve shot multiple animals from 55+ yards. Highly recommend.
Hook makes it super easy to get it on the D-loop. After some practice you can do it without looking. Flip back the release and you will forget you’re wearing it. Trying doing that with other release styles, ain’t gonna happen.
This release is made the way all releases SHOULD be made. Only thing that is a little strange is the big yellow rubber arrowhead on the release adjustment. Not a functional complaint, and you can cut it off if it bothers you.
Can’t say enough good things about this release. So much better than others!.
I’ve had this release for 4+ years and have shot thousands of arrows with it. The buckle is easy to use and the length is adjustable. I use this release with back tension and shoot very consistent groups (and animals).
For those claiming their release is too small, I don’t know. I have extra large hands and this fits perfectly into my second knuckle.
Balls Bone Collector T-Rex Release brings a tournament-ready thumb-button style to your hunting camp. Adjustable barrel lets you customize the thumb button to fit your style, while an adjustable sensitivity screw lets you set it from a heavy setting to an extremely light hair trigger.
Ergonomic, four-fingered handle lets you get a good grip so you can draw easily, while a super-quiet design ensures hunter-friendly performance. Loads easily by simply closing the single jaw against the static side around your nock loop, while the single-jaw design provides consistency.
Included lanyard lets you strap it to your wrist so you dont leave it sitting in the woods.
I red the reviews and guys were saying something about getting face punched. I guess if you draw your bow towards your face then you are asking for it. I love it so much I got an extra one plus I got one for my nephew.
The Scott Echo features ergonomic grip ridges that help give you the same finger placement every time and a curved trigger design that provides a distinct feel and increased finger placement options.
The separate trigger travel and tension adjustments allow for a wide range of trigger adjustability. The independent jaws eliminate torque and the off center design delivers a high efficiency opening response.
The roller trigger system provides smooth adjustable trigger action.
My new to archery son switched from the Scott Legacy to this release and his groups went from 6″ to 2″ at 20 yards. The caliper jaws are about half the size of other scott releases which I have to assume factors into a cleaner, more consistent release with each shot.
My only complaint is these releases squeak as they stretch when you pull an arrow back which for a whitetail deer bowhunter is agonizing. The older leather Scott releases were silent. I have had the Scott Echo release myself for 2+ years and it is still noisy after “breaking in”.
First of all I use a Scott release and like it a lot. The echo release I received did not look the same as pictures trigger was black not chromed. The echo is very comfortable on the wrist when shooting.
The issue I have is the function of the echo the caliper is supposed to open when you pull back the trigger to place on d loop but this doesn’t always happen also when shooting it doesn’t seem to have a smooth release its a little sticky.
I’m not impressed I was excited about this product because of the shotgun trigger design but now I’m dissatisfied.
The Sigma offers a comfortable feel with a new, more ergonomic handle. You’ll feel the difference at full draw, allowing you to be relaxed and confident from the very first shot. Ergonomic shape provides ultimate feel.
Highly-engineered for maximum accuracy. Closed position, full radius tapered handle for consistent hand position. Fully adjustable trigger and travel adjustment. Interchangeable spring system for full range adjustment.
It has a great smooth feel. The thumb barrel is completely adjustable as is the release trigger pull. Its helping me with my stance and consistency. Once you shoot it for a week or two you will begin to get familiar with the difference in comparison to the wrist release.
It’s a high quality release. And it was shipped on time as stated.
This thumb release is amazing, you can customize it to your liking however you want. And can make the trigger as hard or easy as you want. If you wanna quit buying 40$ ones every couple years just break down and get this.
Scott Ghost Wrist Release – Black – Ultra Compact and Auto-Cocking, the Ghost Delivers 100% String Clearance and Minimal String Wear. True Center Pulling Ensures Ultimate Accuracy For When You Need It Most.
I bought this on Dec 4 because I wanted a flex strap. Brought it home but it did not function as listed. The reset only worked about 40% of the time. The trigger was too hairy for me. The problem was the set screw would not change the travel, it did not change no matter how many turns I put in which leads me to believe the screw was stripped.
I liked the hook but not the lack of adjustment. I tried to review it on Scott’s website but it seems only 5 stars are allowed there. I could not find place to seek info from them. I took it back without a hitch, thanks.
This thing is a work horse! I’ve been using this release since they came out! I bought a second one as a backup for hunting out west, but they both shoot great! The hook swings open fully unlike most hook style releases, I’ve had this release for going on 3+ years now.
Hog hunting all year, turkey, deer and elk hunting this thing has more than proved it’s worth. Buy it and shoot it, you won’t regret it. My only improve is the trigger could be a little further back and take about 50 shots with it to break in.
I’ve had this release for about a month and got some reps in every few days with it. The comfort and style of this release is great but it has a problem releasing mid draw. It did it once a week after I got it and I though I just failed to properly reset it.
Today I was shooting and made sure every time that it was locked in. It released two arrows mid draw and smash into a wall in the back drop, shattering them both. VAP elites are not cheap and I want reimbursed Scott archery.
Now I have to hope Cabelas will let me return this.
This Scott Archery Ghost Release has a magnetic auto-trigger return and a true-center pulling to reduce loog torque. The Ghost Release also features a stainless steel roller sear hook, an ergonomic body and a knurled trigger.
The solid swivel connector has 5-hole length adjustment. The Ghost Realease also has a cam-lock fold back strap connector and a leather strap with neoprene for extra comfort.
Bought as a back up to the original ghost release. This my favorite so far. Tuck it out of the way and you don’t have to deal with a shaft sticking you when your climbing a tree. Great price for a great release.
Tru-Fire’s Smoke Foldback release offers Smoking Accuracy in a compact size. The springloaded dual jaw caliper release shares features from both the Hurricane and Edge models. The rugged Hurricane Jaws matched with the dime sized head of the edge and a more forward trigger than the Edge.
5/8 Inch length adjustment and the buckle strap with foldback ring means you will find the perfect fit and have your hands free to glass or climb with no flopping or clanging. Smoking accuracy in a compact size.
Springloaded dual jaw caliper release. Length adjustment and foldback option. Dime sized head. Fits both left and right hands. Rotating head design.
This release worked good for the first week. After using it for several days I suspected it had malfunctioned so I deliberately slapped the trigger. Sure enough it had failed. I still own and use a 20+ year old “The Answer” release by Golden Key Archery (no longer available) I have learned how to clean and service it for good operation.
I bought this one mostly because I wanted a backup. I decided to pull this one apart to see why it failed. This is a very poor quality mechanical release and by design will fail for a training tool. However, the release is trigger adjustable and can be used very well for a normal release.
TruFire tried to “kind of” copy Golden Key’s release but failed. Do not buy this release as a training release, its subject to fail or maybe never work right out of the box!.
I’m sorry lther people are struggling with this release but I bought mine when I bought my diamond infinite edge pro and it has been great. The only time I had a problem was when the trigger was on a super high sensitivity.
After taking down the sensitivity it worked amazing. I still shoot with it and it holds back 60 pounds no problem. The release is super smooth. If your having trouble with your release I’d recommend taking it to a pro and have them help you adjust it.
This is overall an amazing release that can be used when your new or have experience.
For me its comfortable and had all the right adjustments in the right spots for me. Simple trigger release adjustment that has held in place so far. Materials and stitching seem well done for rugged use.
The finger length adjustment has plenty of travel for all kinds of hand sizes and preferences. The most liked aspect is the fold back release. Really simple and easy to get used to. Just really nice to have the hand free and still ware the release.
The only minor thing I did not like was the spring like noise when first grabbing your string. Does seem to go away with time as it gets broken in.
The Vapor is designed with the bowhunter in mind who wants a handheld release without all the bells and whistles. Pure trigger crispness, silence, and overall simplicity make the Vapor a natural choice for bowhunters who insist on a top quality release.
Fully adjustable trigger tension. Auto-close hook, with no cocking mechanism. Complete silence during the hook up, and at the shot. Match grade trigger crispness for improved accuracy. Cat’s Eye hook design ensures a torque free release from the D-loop.
Multi-Axis thumb barrel rotation ensures unlimited adjustment for perfect fit in your hand. Extra handle strength, thanks to our exclusive 2-Thirds case design. Additional surface area at the fingers reduces finger fatigue, even after hours of shooting.
Available in 3-Finger and 4-Finger models at an incredible price point. Leaving little to chance is what differentiates a good hunter from a great hunter, and great hunters understand every piece of equipment should perform flawlessly under any condition.
That’s why serious bowhunters looking for a handheld release choose Hot Shot’s Vapor.
I havent messed with the tension or position of release since I got it. The 4-finger seems to not do much for me and would recommend the 3-finger instead. With that said I have big hands and the fourth finger doesnt have enough space to rest.
This is my first release of the style and I like it as it is easy to put on and off and very quite which I think is important.
Very nice release and at a great price. Fit and finish is flawless with the release being super crisp on the shot. Highly adjustable for release pressure and thumb position all while being completely silent.
The Nemesis Flex is a roller sear single jaw release with a built in trigger grip design. Featuring a stainless steel jaw and no set screws for adjustment. The Nemesis Flex comes with the standard size wrist strap, black head and black stitching.
Been shooting with a curved trigger , beginning to like the straight trigger release. Cons-need to add lock tight to threads to finger release. Mine fell off after a shot. Took a while to find it! Does not swing out of the way easily.
Without damaging leather strap. Pro-small light and not bulky.
The Tru-Fire Synapse thumb-button release with true double-sear operation features a broad range of adjustments that allow it to be perfectly customized to any archers liking. Built on the platform of a weighted brass handle with an anodized aluminum cover, the Synpase allows users the choice of two finger extensionsa hook that wraps the ring finger for a 3-finger configuration as well as a fourth-finger extension.
The internal stainless steel components are precision milled for exceptionally crisp operation and flawless cocking of the trigger activation lever. The thumb button is multi-position configurable, with lockable adjustments for trigger travel and trigger tension.
The trigger pressure is adjustable from a range of 1. 25 to 20 ounces without the need to change springs or disassemble the release. The feature-packed Synapse handheld release is available in five color choices red, blue, green, orange and silver.
Bought the 1st one in mid September. Worked great, until a couple weeks in to indoor league. The engagement lock failed. Causing you not to be able to lock the jaw around the D-loop. Took off the top part of the release.
The internal, locking component had been fractured. I returned it to Cabelas and they exchanged it out for another one. But there were only instock online. No stores in my area had one available in either color.
So 2 weeks later. It makes it here. Shoot the second one with the Travel and Tension adjusted way past were I prefer to shoot. Just to be careful. The release misfired 2 different times in the middle of my draw.
will never shoot one again. What sucks is. I really liked how this release fits the hand, the adjustability is awesome. It is heaver ( which I prefer) and just overall a smooth release! But the mechanical issues to me are not worth the headache.
I went back to a TruBall Blade. its a much more solid release.
This is my first thumb release aid and I am very impressed with a number of things about it. Firstly, it feels great in the hand, has a solid, sturdiness about it, and fits my hand very well. I don’t have large hands, but this release aid has many adjustable features about it.
Primarily, you can adjust the thumb trigger closer to your thumb, or tucked further back into the fleshy part of your hand for a pull effect, a bit like a back tension release aid. It has an extra attachment for people who like to shoot with four fingers.
I use it for target archery and prefer three. The release aid has a high quality finish, although, I have noticed some paint is rubbing off, but that is probably just normal wear and tear. Mine comes in a silvery blue finish on one side and black on the other.
Very well made product it has a nice weight to it so you feel it in your hand. Has alot of adjustment on tension and on travel. I love it and of course tru fire makes very good products that compete with any of the release manufactures out there.
I went from a wrist strap to this and love it and would recommend this release to anybody. A very good well made release!!!!.
Finding the sign. Glassing the fields. Playing the wind. Picking your spot. Dont ever doubt your Recon! The Recon features Scott’s roller trigger system for smooth trigger activation and return. It features the new, cam-lock fold back connecting strap for unimpeded use of your hands.
Stainless steel auto closing jaw and the new, curved trigger design provides a distinct feel and increased finger placement options.
It’s the moment of truth. You’ve been chasing this all season. Don’t take chances with just any release. It’s not about trophies it’s all about the Pursuit. Target inspired multi-sear technology utilized to provide best-in-class crisp trigger feel.
Three and four finger extension included. Fully adjustable trigger position. Adjustable trigger travel. Scott’s rope connector delivers infinite length adjustment for any archer. Ergonomic handle.
I bought this, and it worked okay for a couple hundred arrows, then started misfiring. This thing is also insanely loud to cock, would be terrible for hunting. Switched to a trufire synapse, and it is better in every way possible.
The new Scott Quick-Shot release delivers unmatched accuracy and reliability in an affordable design. This single-jaw caliper release features our signature roller sear design for ultra-crisp activation.
The Quick-Shot comes standard on our leather buckle strap and has a rope connector that is infinitely adjustable to fit any size archer.
This single caliper release opens and closes by pushing or pulling the trigger, the single caliper opens with the slightest amount of pressure when the trigger is squeezed. The heavy durable nylon rope that is affixed to the head of the release and to the wrist strap can be held onto after the release, or it can simply be let go after the release and it just falls away / drops down which is my preference.
The nylon rope design is practically flawless when it comes to torque on the bow string that can happen with a rigid design release. The nylon rope is adjustable for countless lengths to make it personal for the individual.
The leather buckle wrist strap is made of a heavy thick leather with 7 holes for adjustment with the buckle. The wrist strap is very comfortable with no pinch on the wrist when drawing back. All in all this Scott Quick-Shot release is a fantastic release and a great value.
I actually bought this as a backup to keep in my pack in case I forget my other expensive Scott release. But after using it, this release has now become my primary release. Very nice crisp trigger and smooth release! I like how the rope connection allows it to stay out of the way while using your binoculars, rangefinder and other items while hunting.
This was a great value and very comfortable to wear. Smooth – and at the price point – definitely the most value on the market. Super high quality as Scott is known for. I bought one of the allen’s and trufire release – they broke.
And finally – I said I am going to buy a quality release. Definitely worth the extra couple bucks.
Use as a training tool and a regular release Trains you to squeeze the trigger Fold-back feature frees up your hand for glassing or rattling Improve your accuracy. Tru-Fire’s Panic-X Release trains you to squeeze the trigger rather than slap or punch it.
Once you’ve got that down, you can turn off the training function and use the Panic-X like any other release. Features 100% capture hook design, forward trigger, length adjustment and trigger-travel adjustment.
Trap tab allows you to put the release on and take it off with just one hand. Fold-back feature moves the release head out of the way, so you can focus on glassing or rattling, plus you can move the head back into place with little movement.
The surprisingly affordable Smoke Extreme by Tru-Fire incorporates a tried-and-true Hurricane dual caliper design to create the most dependable wrist strap-style release on the market. Tested to 200lbs of pulling weight and designed to meet the needs of bowhunters of all levels, the Smoke Extreme utilizes spring-loaded jaws with a linear bearing system and a Tru-Forward trigger-finger to activate the compact, dime-sized (0.
623-inch diameter) release head. With an adjustable travel range, the trigger’s release point leaves the factory set at approximately 4. 5 ounces, and when the trigger is released, the spring-loaded jaws return to the closed position.
Featuring Tru-Fire Is famously comfortable Extreme buckle strap with patented and exclusive Tru-Fire Trap Tab closure system and Foldback Ring design the release can be flipped back 180-degrees for convenient storage while not in use.
The black leather buckle strap with felt interior features 10 buckle pin holes, heavy-duty stitching in a long-lasting and comfortable platform that Is adaptable to either right or left handed shooters.
The adjustable length on the caliper is awesome, allowing you to adjust for no gloves, light gloves or heavy gloves. The adjustable trigger travel allows you to get the trigger to that “just right” feel.
The release during the shot is smooth as silk. This would have been 5 stars, but there were 2 burrs on the jaws that destroyed two D-loops on me before I located them. If you get one of these and notice fraying on your D-loop, contact TrueFire (FeraDyne Outdoors) and they will provide instructions to get it repaired or replaced under warranty.
Since it’s the middle of bow season and I didn’t want to go without it, I used a cotton ball to find the burrs, then used 400 grit sandpaper to smooth them out. No more premature D-loop wear.
I have two true fire smoke releases. One for practice, one for a backup to the fold back I use to hunt. Each of the three releases work well, and are durable. Does what they are supposed to do. Get off the couch and go shoot some arrows.
Six arrows with tips, nocks, and fletches, is still WAY cheaper than a box of just about any bullets, and are reusable!.
pros: buckle allows exact same fit every time. trigger allows travel adjustment. jaws open when trigger is pressed and close when trigger is released making it great for a string loop. cons: small diameter allows for no hand grip and puts all the stress on the wrist.
I wrapped the barrel with leather and taped it so I can grip it with my hand during draw cycle and shoot with a relaxed grip at full draw. this simple modification allows for a comfortable draw.
The Wise Choice is a thumb trigger release that adds an index finger hole to assist with consistent index finger placement and adds the security of an enclosed placement. Features the same popular auto closing jaw for a quick and easy attachment to your d-loop and the very popular Set Screw tension adjustment system for the most precise and simple trigger tension customization.
Carter doesn’t make a bad release. Period. For years I have been using their wrist releases. As I got older I needed assistance on drawing back the string. This release makes the pull back simple. So simple in fact that I was able to go up 3 more lbs.
I love the d loop loading also. Unique compared to other hand held releases. You place it over the d loop and press the lever. You never have to worry about the d loop coming out. The thumb trigger tension can be adjusted.
I love this thing. Oh, and you can throw it against a wall, break the wall but this release will be fine.
This is the primo release on the market. Top quality manufacturing, and finish. I have a medium size hand and it fits very well. I was successfully using a Scott Dual Caliper strap release, and could get a surprise shot using it, but this release is more adjustable to fit my needs, and I can use the thumb button for a quick shot if necessary in a hunting situation.
The Nu Glove Caliper Release is a padded, full wrap design that fits most medium to large sized hands/wrists. This release features suede lining for all day comfort, a 360 degree rotating caliper head that prevents string torque, a factory tuned trigger, and Mossy Oak Break-Up camo fabric.
Fits both right and left hands. For bows up to 80 pounds.
I like the extra grip this release provides. I was never a fan of griping the release’s caliper as I drew and this release provides a comfortable grip between your index finger and thumb. The only negative is that the grip takes up my entire hand so grabbing things while wearing this release is difficult.
Other than that, I really like it. After getting used to it, maybe I’ll find a way to use my dominant hand for other things while wearing this. I really hope I do because I’m impressed with the way this release spreads out the weight of the draw throughout my hand opposed to isolating the draw to my wrist.
This release has a good feel to it. Once familar, it’s like a hair trigger compared to some others I’ve used. Also there’s a grip for clench fist that aids in drawing the arrow. The fit over a glove should be better than trying to snug it all under a sleeve in cold weather.
The release glove fits well and is easily adjustable. However the trigger is less than adequate. It released on its own, twice while drawing my bow back and does not stayed securely closed. Thankfully no one was hurt or my bow damaged.
The Rival features black aluminum jaws and B3 Archery’s exclusive trigger grip bands. The Rival is a great looking, top-quality release that will perform well without breaking the bank. Reach for the Rival.
No adjustment on tension spring for release of arrow. Requires an extra step to push forward on the finger release to attach to the string. In a hunting situation you need to take your eyes off the game to accomplish this.
No matter whether you require performance on the range or in the field, BlackOuts Four-Finger Release delivers. Constructed from high-grade machined aluminum, the four-finger handle and head provide a comfortable and ergonomic fit to maximize hand position for effortless shooting and exceptional accuracy.
Adjustable trigger travel and tension combine with a movable thumb post for limitless customization to help users find their sweet spot with this performance-driven handheld release. Three-position trigger adjustment 6 oz.
, 24 oz. and 50 oz. String loop retainer for worry-free use. Made in USA. Color: aluminum.
Disclaimer I do not write reviews. I purchased this a few weeks back and couldn’t wait to get home and throw some arrows down range. I had read one review from a guy who had it misfire and he hit himself in the face.
I thought it was one review and ignored it. Got it home had a 9-12 arrows in the target with no issues and more confident with it. i go about my normal draw get 1/2-3/4 draw and it misfires into the grass.
I chock it up to user error maybe the trigger brushed my jacket. Anyway I punched myself and feel for that other guy. So I put another couple down and it happens again this time after I punch myself I couldn’t track where the arrow went.
Again thought it was user error so now I am holding the trigger closed and it happens 2 more times. I was dissapointed because I love the release and it helped tremendously with accuracy but I couldn’t imagine the misfire happening while hunting cause my luck it’d be a swamp donkey.
I know it’s a long review but spend the extra money for a quality release. I punched myself twice to figure it out. I’m a slow learner. I gave it 1 star because you have to have something otherwise it wouldn’t have any!.
Let me start that each person will need to test this before purchasing and you can ask if they have one there you can try. Take your bow and pull it back 15 times each. I say this b/c there is a difference, but each individual will need to identify these three items compared to what you are currently using: comfortability, strength, thumb/finger.
How comfortable is the hold to your face and can you find an anchor point? You will use different muscle when holding with 3 or 4 fingers and did you like the thumb release better or the wrist finger release better? All this must be identified.
For me, I found that using the 4 finger provided me slightly better accuracy and longer hold time. I have only been shooting 8mo’s and I have a Bear compound (56lbs, 27. 5″ draw, 30″ x3&5 arrows).
bought 2 weeks ago as my first thumb release. Pro’s: comfortable in the hand, affordable con’s: I shot this release for 3 sessions (about 50 arrows) without a problem until 1/2 way into my draw the release fired prematurely and I punched myself in the face.
I was able to find the arrow and no one else got hurt. I figured it was me and that I must have bumped the thumb trigger during the draw and thought to myself “valuable lesson learned”. From that moment on, I took the extra time to make sure it was fully engaged and my thumb was no where near the trigger.
All went ok for the next 15 or so arrows then last night the same thing happened, except this time I was at peak draw weight when it fired. I know for a fact I did not in any way manipulate the trigger.
The arrow was destroyed when thankfully it hit a brick wall and no one got hurt. Now I’m not the smartest guy around, but after punching myself in the face TWICE within a week this thing is being returned.
I have zero confidence this won’t happen again and has caused a whole different type of “panic” when trying to shoot my bow. I made no adjustments to the release after taking it out of the package, so I can’t say what is causing the issue but I’m not willing to take any further chances with it.
The conclusion of back tension release for hunting is that it is an effective way to release the bowstring and improve accuracy. When used correctly, it can help you shoot more accurately and consistently.
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