Timney Triggers Archery Release Review

Steve Sheetz

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Since 1946 the Timney Triggers Manufacturing Company in Phoenix Arizona has been building custom quality triggers for guns and gun owners alike.

Timney Triggers Archery Release When Timney Triggers asked their clients what they would like to see next from the company there was an outpouring of support for a high quality custom archery release. Thus the Timney Triggers Archery Trigger was born, and was released in January of 2010. Simple in name, simple is design, and it simply out performs all other dual caliper releases on the market today.

The Timney Archery Trigger features an innovative length of pull adjustment system that allows the shooter 1 ¾ inches of adjustment by using ¼ inch ball increments. The super strong locking jaws and trigger are machined out of heat treated steel and housed in 6061 T6 alloy. It has a tinsel strength of over 4200 pounds per square inch. It is the only release I know of that I can run over with my truck and know that it will still work to perfection with every draw of the bow string. The release also comes with a solid leather buckle wrist strap which I love. The trigger mechanism is extremely smooth and efficient. It requires just less than two pounds of finger pressure to release the arrow and send it hurling towards your prey.

Timney Triggers Archery Release Timney Triggers Archer Releases are built to last forever and come with a lifetime guarantee. All of Timmy's products are still proudly made in the USA. The Timney Archery release retails for about $89.95, it is worth every penny. If you are in the market for a top of line release then look no further. This could be the last release you ever buy. To order one today, visit the Timney Triggers website at www.timneytriggers.com.

In 2011 the company will be unveiling a hook style release and they are in the design stages of producing a single caliper release. I will be reviewing their hook style release next month, and I can't wait to get my hands on it after testing out their first design.

Posted by Steve Sheetz under Hunting Gear Reviews on November 17, 10 08:07 AM | Permalink

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