QAD Ultra Armguard
T.R.U. Ball® The Beast Buckle Release
T.R.U. Ball® Stinger Buckle Release
Vista No-Glove String Fingers
BlackOut Single-Jaw Release
This is a cool new product from Cabala's. This is the Cabala's Twilight single jaw release. And the nice thing about. This release is how fast. You can attach it to the string it's just a single jaw so. All you got to do is hook. It rights on to the string and. You can do it really fast in. That moment of truth without really much focus it's really easy just hook. It rights on there and you're ready to shoot. Another thing that. Ilike about it is. When I'm walking in. Ican tuck this inside of my shirt. Because it folds back right. Where it attaches to your wrist. You can fold that in your shirt. That way you're not clanking it on. Anything walking in hanging in a tree stand. Whatever it may be. That you're doing but. If you're in the market for new release check out the Cabala's Twilight single jaw release. You can find more gear reviews right here at Cabala's calm.
BlackOut Apostle Release
Scorpion Venom Target Arrow Release Fluid
Size: 1 oz.
Hey guys Jeff here with crossbow nation. And on today's crossbow nation gear review we're featuring a product from scorpion venom lubricants. And it's their arrow release fluid okay. If you're a crossbow hunter like. You probably enjoy shooting your crossbow. All year long not only can. It is lots of fun but it's also great practice. Now in a perfect world every crossbow hunter would own two types of targets. One a bagged target. That allows for easy removal of your field points in your practice arrows. And a foam target which is great for practicing with your hunting arrows tipped with broad heads but. We don't live in a perfect world. You probably only own a foam target. You guys are 3d shooters you're used to shooting McKenzie's our Delta 3d targets. You know how hard pulling a crossbow arrow can be from those types of foam targets well with the scorpion venom target arrow release fluid it's gonna make your life a lot easier. You have to do is apply a little dab to your field point. And your arrows are gonna pull a lot easier making practicing a lot.
More fun so let's head out to the range I'm gonna show. This stuff works and you're gonna see. That you're gonna want. This in your quiver. It makes pulling arrows from. These foam targets a lot easier. And it's gonna keep. You out there shooting more arrows longer. And practicing more often. Because it's not going to be pain in the butt anymore to pull your arrows so let's head out to the range. All right guys, so we're outside at the range. And we're getting ready to shoot our crossbow. And the first thing we need to do is apply. Some target arrow release fluid to the field point of our arrow as. You can see there's a little foam applicator on the end of the bottle. You have to do throw your fill point on. And you're ready to go it's just. That little bit of product is gonna make. That much easier to pull. These arrows out of. This foam target you take a look at my phone target it's definitely been out in the weather its kind of dry rodded a little bit. You guys know from experience.
That those are the hardest ones to pull an air out of, so we're gonna fire. One downrange and then we're gonna go down. And pull and show you just. How easy it is okay I'm gonna walk down here. And show you just how easy it's gonna be to pull. This arrow with a field point. This broad head target. Now for those of that have ever shot a field point into a broad head target. You sometimes know it can be a two-man job sometimes. It takes two hands to hold the target. And two hands to pull the arrow. And oftentimes you could damage your arrow. Or at the very least lose your arrow components like your points in your inserts.
You pull the arrow they oftentimes stay in the target. And then you damage your target. You can't shoot back into the same place but. Because our arrow is lubed with the scorpion venom arteries target arrow release fluid it's gonna make for one hand removal that's going to be a lot easier. Than a nun lubed arrow. And it's gonna make practicing fun again so as. You can see took hardly. Any effort at all the aerial pulls right out a point still on. This arrow is ready to shoot time after time again. You don't have to remove your arrow after every shot you'll know. You start pulling your arrows. When it's starting to wear off. Because they'll start getting hard again.
And then you can reapply. And you'll be good but it's probably gonna last. Or 12 shots before even need to reapply again so well as. You can see a little bit of product goes a long way. And guys I'm promising you it's gonna make pulling arrows. That much easier and it's gonna make your practice sessions a lot. More enjoyable you won't be fighting to get arrows out of foam style targets like. This so for more information on the scorpion venom arrow release fluid check out their website at scorpion venom archery comm well that's. It for this edition of the crossbow nation gear review. You guys want to watch. More video reviews on crossbow related products. And crossbows you're going to want to subscribe to the crossbow nation YouTube page. If you're looking for more information on crossbows. And crossbow hunting check out the crossbow nation website at crossbow nation com membership is free so join the crossbow nation today.
Cobra® Trophy Sidewinder Buckle Strap Bow Release
Tru-Fire Smoke Foldback Release
BCY #24 D-Loop Rope
Approximate diameter: 2mm (.080'').
Colors: Black (not shown), Blue, Green, Red, Orange.
Neet® Products Pull Adjust Armguards
Sizes: 7", 11.5".
Camo patterns: Mossy Oak® Break-Up Infinity®, Realtree AP®.
HTM Inline Release
T.R.U. Ball® Glory Comfort Grip Release
Hi I'm Stephen Haines from artery supplies today. These new releases have just come in from Trubel. Icalled the glory from obviously contribute ones a standard Gloria. Once the glory CG the CTE stands for comfort regret. And ripple and go through. That in a second I'm really excited about his knee release AIDS only literally just come in, so I'm at home it's a fantastic day. And even though all my staff for a work. Ithought I'd spend. Some time and do a video. Iput these new stock up on the web. And basically show my staff I'm just not a home walking on the beach. Because it's such a great day the glory release aid. This is called a hair-trigger. Now it's stainless steel here. And it's got rollers inside. You can see the little balls here you've got a little just there's a allen key to adjust the travel. Now let's just basically. If you stop it's so fine it's going off without. It rights that's gonna make life difficult. If cool so is this video is let's try. This again oh it's not gonna work is.
It anyway it's a it's its an old tree hair-trigger, so we're good to go. And just the grub screw before. We shoot it's a bit unfortunate in features here. You can adjust the length of the group through. This little screw here. And here and basically the shaft which runs inside has got a lot bunch of different little allen keys so. You can adjust the length. Now when I fit a grip basically. Iwant my finger to be over the trigger. It features a buckle group which is. You know leather it's got a bit of padding in there it's like wet suit material basically overall it's a nice bit of gear. If the trigger actually closed. All the poses like that. It shows you how fine the trigger actually is it's basically so like.
That it won't set but like. That it physically will so it's basically the weight required to set. This thing off is the weight of the trigger that's here that's so crazy so. Iwanted to try it out so that's why I'm really excited about. It and probably gonna push myself in the face which. We make a great video but just bear. That in mind, so they can't confident version it's basically the same release aid will be it'll be a hair trigger as well actually let's just check. That out how crazy is. That most under $400 thumb release aids. That you pay like they're not the hair right. They are fine but not like. That let's just make 75. Now the package comes with two free D loops. Now let's just oh this one's not going off it's still but do. You see how much pressure I'm replying to. That like it's basically not. Even thing but this feels obviously it's not going off by itself so the other one's a little bit.
Now I'm gonna try to zoom in. You can see there's a little bit of gap between there. And there so that's. How much adjustment you've got on the travel. You can see between the stainless steel. And the roller bearing on the side. That little ball that's. How much adjustment you've got. Now on the other I'm the. One that keeps triggering I'm gonna hold my thumb up. Ibet see the gap there is. More so disloyal and key inside just there just needs to go in a fraction but it's pretty cool we're good I'm going to try the Crump comfort-grip version so. Now what I've got I'm not doing a sales pitch here. Ipicked up my old bow. Now this is an old evolution. And one of my viewers said. Ican do it some videos.
Or something you're. All both Stephen they've got. Now this is an old PSE evolution it's the first of the evolution series which went to the compression lens. Now this bow would have to be close to ten maybe. Even more years old the cams are still pretty cool like a cool design. This is a cool bow the machining is good the limb pockets are machined like in the day. This bow were used to sell for about eleven twelve hundred dollars which is about equivalent of what the current bows sell for speed wise. Ithink it's shot about 350 feet per second. And I haven't actually shot. It for about ten years so it's got the original strings on the original PC rest tribbles site, so we're just gonna strap. This release aid on. Now in the instructions to. These two these release heads I'm still shocked. That thing fire just on the weight of the trigger. It says draw back with your finger behind the trigger like so.
If you draw back like. That and your finger. It goes anywhere near. This button you're going to punch yourself in the mouth so. Ihave a number of customers go look the trigger sets itself off by itself. And with the other one maybe but yeah. They bring this release out in the shop. They go I love this thing fires. All the time I hit myself in the mouth so then. Igo my shooting-range. And I shoot the thing for about 30 shots. And it doesn't do it. And now I God but. It happens for me I want a new. One it's because they draw back with their finger like. That and as I draw them back in their muscles attention.
They just touch and. They don't even realize they're touching it so. If you draw back with your finger off the trigger. And when I say off the trigger. Imean behind the trigger you're not going to hurt yourself. Now let's craft a grip so. Ithink this will rubber thing the comfort grip sells the come prepared in sales for a hundred twenty-five. Or stray lien dollars it's got little rubber in the middle. And a little rubber thumb grip. These are worth fifteen dollars the num glory is a hundred. And ten dollars and yeah do. Ithink it's worth fifteen dollars. Idon't know fifteen dollars is like. One take away mil you're gonna keep. This release sad forever like. You do use it when you're actually loading it so. Idon't know now what I find interesting on. This is how I used to do D loops. And see how I've strengthened I've I've reinforced to serve in here. Because obviously when. They made this string it wasn't tight enough on the nock. And I used to use two brass knocking points a little.
These are the first of the a cube heaps which was bigger on. One sides and smaller. Than the other the company was then purchased by a hotshot. They still make the P but it's not. Now and glossy red it's. Now called the hot shot at keeping over. All like this stuff the bows ten years old maybe fifteen years old. And it's still it's still a like up against the new decrees. And all that this is still happened a little boated so let's see. How this bow is now. Igenerally prepare to be up closer to the target. When I'm trying near release ODEs. And I'll enter you in a concrete brick wall so. If this arrow comes back. And hits me it's on too far but. And unfortunately I'm shooting I'm just I'm cheating this bow will set up four pins cuz my arrow was leaving the rest let's see. If I just go and see. If I can find a different arrow. Because I set this up for pin Knox, so they're actually arrows pinching too much as.
Idrew right back so it's bear with. I and so I can have a shot off. This related okay this is. Whatever you do a video at home in your an archery shop. And all your Archer keys at the shop I've grabbed a different error. And I'll put a different pin knock on. This is my son's arrow it's really short for me. And I put a mckinney pin knock on. Because I prefer the mckinney pin knock. Then the one of my son uses so. And that's the thing with archery everything's unique. And you've got to like the system. You use like my son likes his Knox. Because they were short on the groove. Ilike them being covering the end of the string just. Iwas a bit worried. Iwas gonna have dry fire so let's see. How this shoots now. This isn't siding in.
This book that release is awesome. Ireally really like. You just you're lined up. And this bows awesome to go. And grab the origin. Now the thing about release sides so. This release aids one hundred. And twenty dollars the other ones 110 a base release Said's gonna be. You know forty-five for your true ball patriot your true sorry true fire patriot your true bulb. And it's probably around sixty. And would I pay $60 for this release oh absolutely. Because what it is its a quality product. Nothing wrong with the stinger at. All but what you've got here you've got a competition level trigger so you've got a hair trigger. And pill guards you know it's a hair trigger. What that means is. When you get ready for. That shot it's gone you're not the cheaper triggers are fine.
You know they honestly I've got a guy who was state champion shooting the $60 true ball stinger at the time. He shot much better. Then I do did but my point is like yeah I'm seeing my $400 trigger. Or whatever $300 tree Knish at $60 trigger. And shoots fine but. Iwould definitely spend the extra $60 for this better trigger. Because it's just it's like. This bow the bow is 15 years old. And honestly if this bow was still released today let's say. This body they sold for $800. It would kill anything else on the market the cams are good roller bearings. And the cams good machining good pockets it's a good bow. And it's 15 15 odd years old really like the trigger. Now I don't know if. You can see but see here it's. All over my finger I'm covered. It but when I actually pull back the release my finger was about there.
Iwant my finger a bit. More over it so for me. It might be I increase the tension on the wrist a little bit — stop. It pull so much but overall as a hunting release aid it's quiet. And made no noise high quality product. If you get oh that's too fine just adjust the trigger a little bit which is just. That Llewellyn cares probably 1/4 1/8 of a turn so Trubel Gloria release. Ireally really like. It one of my favorite release sites. It probably the stinger will probably outsell. It the Bandit will outsell. It the $60 ones because people don't want to spend the extra $60 will gain to the sport but honestly give it. Some thought because. If you're gonna be in the sport for 10 years your triggers going to last easy for 10 years.
Or longer I mean I've still got my original release out. Iam shooting when I was 14. And I'm now 47 so you know like yeah good product Trubel great company family company. They produce quality products. And they produce it. And I probably said before. They produced stuff for target archers. This is definitely a target Archer release but it's built for hunting so its target archery quality. And perfect for hunting stainless steel here stainless steel inside so it's not gonna rust it's not gonna fall apart on. You its good system so I'm saving a hand from artery supplies check. It out go into your local archery shop. And check out the Liouville glory release a.
That should be kind of in shops about. Now or next couple of weeks thanks.
Hot Shot Three-Finger Camo Release
Camo pattern: Realtree AP®.
Carter Two Shot Release with Buckle Strap
Firststring Bone Collector String Loops by TruGlo®
Color: Fluorescent Green.
Damascus Doeskin Shooting Glove
OMP Two-Strap Arm Guard