The original 4-play actually gives archers four different ways to play around at shooting their bow until they find the way that fits them best. The same release will shoot each of the following ways: #1: Index finger pressure clip-on. #2: Index finger pressure as a rope. #3: Thumb relaxation clip-on. #4: Thumb relaxation as a rope.
The 2 Play Rope release is a fast and easy-loading wrist/release which is designed to shoot either by indexing finger pressure or by thumb relaxation. The 2 Play Clip-On is a top-quality release designed to clip quickly and easily directly to the bow string. It will either shoot by index finger pressure or by thumb relaxation.
The new D-Loop release was designed to clip quickly and easily directly to the bow string or to be rolled shut on and shot with the ever popular string loops. This model is shot only with index finger pressure and does not have a thumb safety.
All wrist straps have a padded backing to ensure quality and comfort. Wrist traps are available in either buckle or double locking Velcro.
AR This model has a 1/8" heavy-duty nylon rope which connects the free rotating release head to the wrist straps. The keeper holding the rope through the wrist strap may be loosened and then retightened to allow the length of the rope to be lengthened or shortened. It has a padded cordura wrist with three grommets to choose from to adjust the size. You simply stick your hand through the loop of the strap which tightens when you start to pull the bow.
AS This model has a threaded metal clevis which is attached by a pin to the wrist strap. A threaded screw protruding from the back of the free rotating release head is then screwed in or out of the clevis. This allows the shank to be adjusted to different lengths. Once the right length is obtained, a piece of rubber hose, which is supplied, is cut to length and slipped over the threaded screw.
Stacey Archery Sales Inc.
6866 Jennifer Lane
Idaho Falls ID 83401
Phone: (208) 523-7278
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