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Tru-Fire Why We're Number 1

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When Tru-Fire designs a new product, we want to make certain it gives you, the consumer, years of trouble-free use and dependability. One of the first issues we address is using the same material on the internal firing mechanism.
This is important because when different metals with different hardnesses are combined in a firing mechanism, premature wear can and often times will occur. Be careful, other release companies firing mechanisms are made from different metals altogether. Tru-Fire, on the other hand, designs firing mechanisms to utilize the same metal and hardness on all of our release firing components.

Take the example to the right, which is a current Hurricane design. The jaws, represented by the yellow color, are made of the same metal as the roller, colored red. Both the jaws and roller are then heat treated at the same Rockwell hardness so you can rely on years of extreme use without failures.

The truth about 360 degree rotation: Many release companies say they have 360 degree rotation. What these companies are not telling you is the rotation is between the body of the release and the strap, which is virtually useless. At full draw with a release that rotates between the body and strap, if you rotate your wrist, you will not be able to reach your trigger because the trigger is still parallel to the ground. Our patented Classic Caliper line has a head and body that are independent of each other. This means you get full rotation in front of the body, not behind. Look for yourself, if your release has jaws and a trigger located in the same body or component, then your release is not a Tru-Rotater.

For a release to have Tru torque free rotation, the head of the release (where the jaws are located) and the body of the release (where the trigger is located) must be two separate components. To be truly torque free, the head of your release where the jaws are housed should be able to rotate independently of the body. Take a look at our Classic Caliper line to see the only Tru-rotating wrist models on the market. Note: Tru-Rotation is an extremely important feature when your release is directly attached to your bow's serving.

LENGTH ADJUSTMENT -- without tools!
If you want the finest, most precise length adjustment system in the industry - you've found it. Our system is able to adjust the length between the trigger and the strap by over 1". Within that inch there are 32 different length positions you can set. All this is done without the use of a tool. Just turn the head of the release or the black barrel behind the head and you are set. It's that simple. Length adjustment is important for proper index finger placement on your trigger. If your release is to long and you are reaching for the trigger, target panic can set in. Another situation is if you put a glove on under your release. Because of the thickness of the glove the trigger will now be to close to the strap. With our system, just turn the head and your adjustment is made.

Our wrist straps are unique because we use a system called the "Continuous Loop". No more fumbling around with both hands trying to get your wrist strap on. Unlike V straps, our strap when taken off your hand resembles a loop. To put your release back on, slide your hand through the loop and tighten. This system makes putting your release over gloves a breeze. Our straps are also tapered at specific locations to fit your hand for hours of comfort. Go ahead, try it; we know you will be impressed.

We go the extra mile for product development. Does your company?
When we say that our releases can handle excessive amounts of weight and years of use, we can actually prove it! With our exclusively designed release tester, we can automatically load onto the release, rotate the head (if applicable), apply pressure and fire the trigger in mere seconds, via pneumatics. During the development of a new release, we test the new model at a staggering 200 pounds for 20,000 continuous cycles. By testing our products at this extreme level of weight and cycles, we are insured that you the consumer will have a release that will not fail you.

Our quality is what we live by!


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