Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback

Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback has a Camo nylon foldback Evolution buckle strap. Length adjustment extends 5/8″ with a lock down screw for an exact fit. Dime sized head with quick and easy trigger travel adjustment. Fits both left and right hands, brushed cotton camo strap. Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback features a 360 degree head rotation.

Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback has a Camo nylon foldback Evolution buckle strap.  Length adjustment extends 5/8" with a lock down screw for an exact fit. Dime sized head with quick and easy trigger travel adjustment. Fits both left and right hands, brushed cotton camo strap. Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback features a 360 degree head rotation.

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 360 line of releases 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.

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.

 

 

 

Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback

$69.99
Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback

Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback

$69.99
$69.99

Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback has a Camo nylon foldback Evolution buckle strap. Length adjustment extends 5/8″ with a lock down screw for an exact fit. Dime sized head with quick and easy trigger travel adjustment. Fits both left and right hands, brushed cotton camo strap. Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback features a 360 degree head rotation.

Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback has a Camo nylon foldback Evolution buckle strap.  Length adjustment extends 5/8" with a lock down screw for an exact fit. Dime sized head with quick and easy trigger travel adjustment. Fits both left and right hands, brushed cotton camo strap. Tru Fire Edge Extreme Buckle Foldback features a 360 degree head rotation.

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 360 line of releases 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.

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.