Scott Archery Longhorn Hunter 3-Finger Handheld Bow Release Realtree Xtra

  • Product #: 140356
  • Scott Archery #: 6003-HU
  • UPC #: 745167169671
Scott Archery Longhorn Hunter 3-Finger Handheld Bow Release Realtree Xtra
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Product Overview

Tournament archers and many hunters prefer hand-held releases because they are designed to shoot using your back muscles. They also provide for more consistent anchoring. There are two styles of hand-held releases – back tension and thumb button which is a triggered hand-held release. 

The Scott Archery Longhorn Hunter is a back tension style release that is a perfect option for the hunter who is wanting to shoot a back tension release.  The three-finger design has an open, ergonomic full-radius handle and a patented rope connector that allows for infinite length adjustment along with the included wrist strap that makes sure you will not loose this release.  Interchangeable thumb pegs are included for a customized feel.  If you want to be the most accurate shooter afield, you’ll shoot a Longhorn Hunter Series release!  


  • Perfect release hunters wanting to use back tension
  • Three finger design
  • Interchangeable thumb pegs
  • Rope attachment with wrist strap

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