Hot Gear: Tru-Fire Introduces the Spark Release

Tru-Fire, the leader in the evolution of archery releases, has introduced the new Spark dual-jaw caliper release. Designed as a smaller version of the popular Tru-Fire Smoke release, the new Spark offers a smaller strap design to accommodate archers with smaller hands. The strap will fit wrists 4.5 to 8 inches in circumference.

Tru-Fire Spark release is designed for shooters with smaller hands and wrists.

Tru-Fire Spark release is designed for shooters with smaller hands and wrists.

The Spark features spring-loaded jaws with a linear bearing system combined with the Tru-Forward trigger-finger positioning in a compact release head that meets the needs of all levels of archers. Trigger travel is adjustable, and the release point is set at approximately 5 ounces from the factory. When the trigger is released, the spring-loaded jaws automatically return to the closed position.

Its bright-orange release head and brushed-black-cotton buckle strap with heavy-duty orange stitching make the Spark attractive and easily identified. The patented Tru-Fire Foldback ring design allows the release head on the Spark to be flipped back 180-degrees, where it stays held in position against the archer’s arm when moving around, but it can be flipped out in an instant to engage the string loop. With 10 buckle-pin adjustment points, the new Spark also provides 3/8-inch of travel adjustment to the release head, which can be locked down for either left-hand or right-hand archers for added assurance and repeatability.

Proudly made in the U.S.A. and tested to 200 lbs., the Spark will be available at dealers nationwide this spring for a suggested retail price is $49.99.

For more information visit www.trufire.com.

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