There is about a 10% size increase between sizes. Please check out our handle comparison tool for a visual representation of the differences between all the various handles.
9 to 29 pounds.
The large handles are about 10% larger than the medium handles.
Standard non micro units from 2005 and earlier all had the option of a clicker, the 2006 through 2010 hinge style units did not have a clicker. The current line of hinge style release aids that use the MOREX sears do have a clicker option available.
Unfortunately, due to the very high cost of anodizing, we do not offer releases in any colors other than those shown in the catalogs.
Models from 2002 and before had a custom hook assembly that could be purchased specifically for use off the D-Loop. They were called the D-Loop kit and the Rattler Head. Models designed after 2002 were all designed to be used with or without a D-Loop.
Unfortunately, we no longer make parts for that vintage of our product. You are very likely to find complete release aids from that period on www.archerytalk.com or on www.ebay.com if you do a search for them.
A clean break is when a release aid hook swings open with no resistance or interference whatsoever that is accomplished by designing searing mechanisms with zero trigger decay. A clean break is often said to be “crisp”.
We do sell to the public, but we stick very close to our MSRP and encourage you to shop around at your local dealers.That is where you will likely get the best price.
Yes, we offer a military discount of 40% off MSRP. Discounts are obtained through direct factory purchases.
Yes, we offer a USAT discount of 40% off MSRP. Discounts are obtained through direct factory purchases.