Tru-Fire Hurricane Glove Release
I am very happy with this release. It is comfortable, fits my small hand and is easy to put on & take off. It did change my anchor point slightly, a couple adjustment to my sights & it's all good.
December 23, 2012
My second one, this one will be a back-up in my backpack
I bought my first one this last summer because of arthritis in my wrist and thumbs, and this release let me continue to bowhunt without the pain I indured with the wrist strap of my other releases. I was even able to increase the poundage on my bow. I went 2 for 2 on a 7 and 10 pt. so my season was a success. I highly reccomend this release to anyone having pain in their thumbs, as you can pull with all 4 fingers in a more natural way, and if you were a long time finger shooter like I was it's a more natural feel. I'll never go back to the wrist strap release, even if I could. Great release!!!
December 19, 2012
trufire hurricane glove release
Great release. Had my son try it, he liked it, so I ordered him one.
December 4, 2012
Love the glove better than the strap
Does give a little leeway
October 16, 2012
Best release I've ever used.
Not only the best but most comfortable. Best way to use it is to fix the pad in ur palm at the right distance for your trigger finger and tighten strap.
July 25, 2012
I bought the release instead of the common wrist release like the Patriot release. Strap it very comfortable. There is not much room for adjusting the length of the release. I would recommend this release to anyone who would like a little more leverage while drawing thier bow because you can grip the release.
June 26, 2012
Good glove style release
The release feels really good and works great with a "D" style loop. I have an older Tru-Fire release that had a rotating head on it that I liked better for finger placement when pulling the trigger and the trigger on this one is shorter, but I will get used to it. Good product other than that.
April 18, 2012
Wow!! Much easier to draw bow.
I shot with fingers for ten years, then switched to a Winn Free Flight release (gloved release) for another ten years. The Winn release was awesome but was very hard to hook on the d-loop of my new Hoyt Carbon Matrix Plus. I have always disliked wrist releases because they don't let you pull with your hand. This Tru-Fire gloved release allows for the best of both worlds. You get the proven ease of a caliper release with the comfort and added strength of getting to use your hand to pull when you draw your bow. It is very smooth and quiet mechanically. Why anyone would use a wrist release over this glove release is beyond me. Go try one at Dick's or somewhere else and I bet you end up buying it, I'm glad I did! One note of caution though, there is no adjustment in length, so if the length is different than your current release you may need to adjust the draw length of your bow, or d-loop size. The length was close enough to my old release that I didn't have to change anything but "you" might.
October 22, 2011
looks and performs awesome
this is the first release i've ever used having been shooting for 25 years. its easy to use,very comfortable, and well made. i might buy another just incase i misplace this one.
November 7, 2010