Jim Fletcher Archery Fletchunter Concho Release

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Jim Fletcher Archery Fletchunter Concho Release

  • Fletchunter Concho Release

Opens with the flick of a finger and stays open until the release is placed on bowstring. Designed primarily for hunting, the Fletchhunter doubles as a first rate target release. Features a super smooth, patented over-center trigger system. Infinitely adjustable trigger pull from heavy to hair trigger. Machined from aircraft quality aluminum. Anodized Hunter Black. Swing arm style release.

Price: $ 42.45
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3 Responses to “Jim Fletcher Archery Fletchunter Concho Release”
  1. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great for me, December 1, 2013
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    Tom H.

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    This review is from: Jim Fletcher Archery Fletchunter Concho Release (Sports)
    I’ve used this release for decades (not sure when it was “invented”, but I’ve had/used one for a long time) and I’ve been bowhunting since 1972. Unfortunately I lost my last one, so this purchase was a replacement, and fortunately it doesn’t seem to have changed at all from the original device. I’m used to it, I practice with it, it works well for me. I like to be able to set the release down and do something with my right hand if I necessary (can’t do that conveniently with one that’s wrapped around your wrist). It works well with or without gloves. I’ve never had a problem with the knot coming loose or miss-fires. If you hang your bow while hunting, you can hang this release on your string, but you have to be careful when you go to grab it that you don’t accidentally hit the trigger as it is sensitive. It’s small, light, and easy to carry in your pocket while walking to/from your stand. Some that attach to you wrist are bulky. My first one lasted “forever” with no mechanical problems – until I lost it. 🙁

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  2. Anonymous says:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Concho style isn’t for everyone, November 15, 2012
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    Mrmr

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    This review is from: Jim Fletcher Archery Fletchunter Concho Release (Sports)
    I’ve used one for years and liked the fist type pull that a concho release gives you. This release is smooth and all but there are a few issues you should be aware of:
    1) The release doesn’t “lock on” to the string so you can hang your bow with release attached to the string on a hook. Any slight wiggling and the release is 15 feet below you at the bottom of your ladder stand.
    2) DON’T mess with the knot on the end of the release. In fact tie and retie it tight and add extra loops in and check the knot to keep it tight. If the knot is loose you pull pack, the knot slips and your arrow goes “boink” for about 4 feet and the buck laughs as he walks away. True story.

    No complaint about the product – just user insight.

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  3. Anonymous says:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great straight out of the box, November 12, 2014
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    Works great straight out of the box. Hair trigger can result in it falling off the string easily while walking if your not holding it.

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