10 Best Bow Hunting Thumb Release

Updated on: September 2022

Best Bow Hunting Thumb Release in 2022


Tru-Fire Edge 4-Finger Aluminum Hand Held Camo Archery Bow Release

Tru-Fire Edge 4-Finger Aluminum Hand Held Camo Archery Bow Release
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2022

Tru Ball Archery Fang, Black, 4 Finger

Tru Ball Archery Fang, Black, 4 Finger
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2022
  • Features full containment system
  • Hook style jaw
  • Hands free hunting or repetitive shooting

ZERIRA Bow Release Trigger Thumb Archery Compound Bow Release Trigger 4-Finger Grip Aluminum Bow Hunting Thumb Caliper Trigger (Blue)

ZERIRA Bow Release Trigger Thumb Archery Compound Bow Release Trigger 4-Finger Grip Aluminum Bow Hunting Thumb Caliper Trigger (Blue)
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2022
  • ♚High-quality aerospace aluminum construction has excellent stability and durability and can withstand forces of at least 200 pounds.
  • ♚Ergonomic design, finger grip is very comfortable and free to control.
  • ♚It adopts 4-finger auxiliary release and the handle sensitivity can be adjusted.
  • ♚Lightweight and portable, easy to operate, ideal for target design and hunting.
  • ♚Suitable for compound bows equipped with D-rings to help you release arrows more easily.

TRU-FIRE Hardcore 4 Finger Revolution Archery Release, Camo

TRU-FIRE Hardcore 4 Finger Revolution Archery Release, Camo
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2022
  • UNDENIABLE COMFORT - Super sleek, comfortable, CNC machined, solid aluminum handle and head with lanyard
  • UNINHIBITED ROTATION - Head turns on 11 ball bearings for 360 degrees of uninhibited rotation and can lock in place providing torque-free shooting
  • ADJUSTABLE TENSION - 16-Position trigger knob with adjustable tension, separate from trigger travel
  • PERFECT FOR EVERY HAND – Adjustable thumb button for a custom fit on either right or left hand
  • MADE IN THE USA – Superior, WI to be exact
  • Head turns on 11 ball bearings for 360 degrees of uninhibited rotation
  • 16-position trigger knob with adjustable tension
  • Lanyard bolts to the release keeping it accessible
  • 11 ball bearings ensure smooth head rotation
  • Available in Camo

Hot Shot Vapor 4 Release, Black

Hot Shot Vapor 4 Release, Black
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2022
  • Full adjustable thumb barrel
  • Automatic closing jaw
  • Zero noise internal actuating system

ZSHJG Bow Release Trigger Thumb 4 Finger Bow Release Thumb Caliper Compound Bow Button Release Aid Grip for Archery Accessory (Black)

ZSHJG Bow Release Trigger Thumb 4 Finger Bow Release Thumb Caliper Compound Bow Button Release Aid Grip for Archery Accessory (Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2022
  • This kind of bow release thumb is not full automatic, you need close it manually.
  • Features the same handle as its predecessor (too simple), but with a longer neck
  • Offers a self-closing jaw and set screw tension adjustment
  • Simple operation that is well suited for hunting or target shooting.
  • Suitable for a compound bow equipped with D loop

TruFire Patriot Archery Compound Bow Release - Adjustable Black Wrist Strap

TruFire Patriot Archery Compound Bow Release - Adjustable Black Wrist Strap
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2022
  • AFFORDABLE, EASY TO USE - The Velcro strap provides a quick and comfortable fit and allows you to make adjustments as needed. Easy to use and an affordable price tag!
  • STURDY. SMOOTH - The patriot has a durable steel trigger with a smooth release whether it's your first shot or the thousandth, its built to last
  • ADJUSTABLE TRIGGER - Adjust the sensitivity to control the trigger travel
  • AMBIDEXTROUS - The trigger head rotates a full 360 degrees making it appropriate for either Left or Right hand shooters
  • PROUDLY MADE IN THE USA - The most economical American made release suitable for all ages and perfect for the new or experienced archer

TruFire Edge Buckle Foldback Adjustable Archery Compound Bow Release - Camo Wrist Strap with Foldback Design

TruFire Edge Buckle Foldback Adjustable Archery Compound Bow Release - Camo Wrist Strap with Foldback Design
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2022
  • FOLDBACK BUCKLE LEATHER STRAP - for hands free operation, giving you the ability to secure to wrist with one hand and glass, climb, or rattle with no flopping or clanging
  • PERFECT FOR EVERY HAND - Length adjustment with locking option and ADJUSTABLE TRIGGER TRAVEL for a custom fit on either right or left hand
  • RUGGED AND COMPACT – Extremely durable jaws with a dime sized head
  • EASY TO USE - Open jaws by pulling back the trigger, let off the trigger to close jaws
  • MADE IN THE USA – Superior, WI to be exact
  • American Made dual caliper release with spring loaded trigger
  • Open jaws by pulling back the trigger, letoff the trigger to close jaws
  • Features our Evolution buckle strap, the simplist yet most comfortable strap on the market
  • Trigger travel is adjustable
  • Adjustable length between head and strap by simply turning the head clockwise or counterclockwise. The length adjustment location may be locked in place with a set screw.

Savage Village Upgrade Archery Bow Release, 3-Finger Compound Bow Release Aid

Savage Village Upgrade Archery Bow Release, 3-Finger Compound Bow Release Aid
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2022
  • Automatic type Bow Release With a smooth operating mechanism Very easy to use
  • Aluminum Alloy Material archrey release aid thumb trigger
  • To improve your shooting accuracy,Suitable for both left and right hand
  • Shooting tighter groups than with wrist strap
  • It is one new type Thumb release, awesome, light, great quality and beautiful

MILAEM Archery 3 Finger Release Aids Automatic Bow Release Archery Compound Bow Thumb Release Trigger (Black)

MILAEM Archery 3 Finger Release Aids Automatic Bow Release Archery Compound Bow Thumb Release Trigger (Black)
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2022
  • Automatic bow release is easy to use because of a smooth operating mechanism
  • Archery Bow release 3 Finger Thumb release adopt Solid stainless steel
  • Material: Aluminum Alloy; Light weight, convenient to carry
  • Greatly improve your shooting accuracy and Arrow Speed
  • Easy to use trigger for quick release hunting or target practice.

Shiki, "Nineteenth Coffin" --Review

The villagers are motivated by Toshio into hunting down the vampires. The vampires prepare for a siege.

The episode opens with a montage of scenes from the last few episodes, and resolves on Chizuru, when she was still human. Then we flash forward to the present day. A villager has managed to hit her with a rock and she falls to the ground, she is next shown lying on a stage in the festival area, and then we go to credits.

Once back from credits, Toshio gives the villagers a demonstration on vampire detection and slaying. He does not get very far into his demonstration before Chizuru wakes up, shows fang and attempts to attack him. Unfortunately for Chizuru, she's severely weakened by being so close to the shrine and Atsushi's father is easily able to force her back down onto the stage. Then Megumi's dad takes the hammer and Toshio holds the stake, and they manage to pound the stake into her. (Special note: Yes, it is actually possible to do this, provided you have a thick stake with a sharp point, a heavy hammer and a good swing. It's a three for three special here.) Chizuru dies in a very messy very bloody fashion and does not obligingly disintegrate into ash or dust.

Toshio continues his presentation and successfully turns the villagers into a mob to hunt shiki.

The scene shifts to Seishin, who appears to have been donating blood. He's having tea while keeping Sunako company. It seems like a nice quite night at home for Sunako until Tatsumi shows up to tell Sunako that Chizuru was slain by the villagers. Tatsumi recommends immediate escape, but Sunako states that this isn't possible, because there would be no way for all of them to escape since their numbers have increased to quickly, and they don't have an escape route. (The Little General appears to have burned her boats at the river, and is now having to deal with the consequences.)

Still, Sunako believes that she still has control of the situation, so she gives Tatsumi a list of tactics to use, and he goes off to carry them out. She tries to be strong and determined, but Seishin advises her to run, appearing to know exactly how ruthless Toshio is. Sunako of course, refuses to run.

The villagers quickly mobilize, trying to find all the places where the shiki are hiding. There are a few dissenters, but the majority of villagers are more than happy than to find the shiki and kill them, even if the shiki in question used to be people they knew. Toshio gives them a rough outline of his plan, but before the villagers can get started, the electricity goes out. This does not stop the villagers from starting their search for vampire hideouts.

Meanwhile, the vampires are being directed to take safety precautions by their leaders.

We get little snapshots of the various view point characters as the villagers and the vampires advance their plans to attack or defend. We touch bases with Kaori, Toru and Ritsuko, Megumi and Masao. It seems that in at least one case, someone is trying to keep their vampire family member from attacking other people (beside themselves). Tatsumi gives marching orders to Mr. Kirishiki, who is going to be playing sniper, and his target is Toshio. (They are not however, able to find him before sunrise, when they're at their most vulnerable.)

The villagers are outside armed with stakes, garden equipment, masks and torches. Tatsumi asks Seishin to watch over Sunako while she sleeps, which Seishin agrees to do. He also agrees to donate some of his blood to Tatsumi for the cause. Tatsumi gives Seishin an IV treatment and then Sunako and Seishin go down into the basement to hide from the mob. Sunako appears to have absolutely no clue why the villagers might be a little upset with her and her little family of vampires. (This is one of the many points where I go "she is too smart to be this stupid.")

In the morning, while Seishin and Sunako have one of their disturbing conversations about death, murder and suicide, the villager begin their attack on the vampires in the village and at the mansion. Since the shiki are not really able to do anything at all during the day, and since there are only a few jinrou among the vampires, the initial attack is extremely successful. Lots of vampires die in the next few minutes, in very gory fashion since (again) they don't disintegrate. We end with Seishin wondering if the reason why he's depressed and suicidal and willing to help Sunako is because he subconsciously hates the village. (Well actually, I think you are just really depressed and suicidal and a little too fixated on Sunako.) We end the episode on that note.

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