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Archery release aid, made of aluminum alloy, durable and with strong stability.

Ergonomic design

The release has a 4-finger design that won't tire you out during long archery training sessions, making it effortless to use.

360 degree rotation

The 360-degree rotating clamp head automatically closes, making it more convenient.


You can adjust the trigger's sensitivity based on your habits, without worrying about injuring your hand.

Self-closing jaws

The self-closing jaws can speed up the bow drawing speed and make your archery training easier.

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Are thumb releases more accurate?

Thumb releases can be more accurate for certain archers due to the increased consistency they provide, but this can vary based on individual preference and shooting style.

Does a thumb release change your draw length?

No, a thumb release should not change your draw length if you are using proper form.

4 finger release vs wrist release

A 4 finger release is held in the hand while a wrist release is attached to the wrist. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, but it ultimately comes down to personal preference and the shooting style.

Does thumb release change anchor point?

No, a thumb release should not change your anchor point if you are using proper form.

What are the different bow release styles?

There are two main types of bow releases: finger releases and mechanical releases.

Finger releases are held in the hand and require the archer to manually release the string. There are two main types of finger releases: thumb releases and finger tab releases. Thumb releases attach to the thumb and are considered more consistent and accurate by some archers, while finger tab releases attach to the fingers and provide a more natural grip.

Mechanical releases attach to the bowstring and release automatically when the trigger is pulled. There are two main types of mechanical releases: wrist-strap releases and handheld releases. Wrist-strap releases attach to the wrist and typically have a trigger that is pulled by the index finger, while handheld releases are held in the hand and have a trigger that is pulled by the thumb or index finger.

The best type of bow release for an archer will depend on their individual needs and preferences, as well as their shooting style. It is recommended that archers try out different types of releases to determine which one works best for them.

Pros and Cons: 4 Finger Release vs Wrist Release

4 Finger Release


More natural grip: The four finger release is held in the hand and feels more natural than a wrist release.

Better control: The four finger release allows for more control over the shot, as the archer can feel the string more directly.

Improved accuracy: The four finger release can improve accuracy due to the increased control and better feel.


May fatigue hand: Holding a four finger release for extended periods may cause hand fatigue, which can affect accuracy.

May require more practice: The four finger release requires a bit more practice to master than a wrist release.

Wrist Release


Consistent anchor point: A wrist release can help maintain a consistent anchor point, which can improve accuracy.

Less hand fatigue: A wrist release is attached to the wrist, which means that it is less likely to cause hand fatigue during extended use.

Easier to master: A wrist release is generally easier to use and requires less practice to master.


Less control: A wrist release can feel less natural and may not provide the same level of control as a four finger release.

Reduced feel: Because the release is attached to the wrist, the archer may not feel the string as directly, which can affect accuracy.

Ultimately, the choice between a four finger release and wrist release comes down to personal preference and shooting style. Both have their advantages and disadvantages, and the best choice will depend on the individual archer's needs and preferences.

Wildwood Supply Co.

We specialize in providing the highest quality archery releases. Our 4 Finger Bow Release offers the perfect combination of tension-free release and sure control. The large thumb post features an adjustable lanyard for maximum comfort, and the solid steel hook jaw ensures trustworthy performance shot after shot. Our club members can earn and redeem club points for exclusive deals and receive free shipping on orders over $50.

Looking for more archery releases? Check out our competition line, including our adjustable trigger travel and movable thumb post options. And don't forget to sign up for our catalog announcements checkbox to stay up-to-date on our latest products and promotions.

At Wildwoods Supply Co., we are proud partners of our armed forces and offer a full refund to those unsatisfied with their purchase. Contact our customer service for support and account information regarding existing orders, store availability, and more. Continue shopping with us and find your sweet spot for bow hunting.

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We know archers like you need the best gear to stay ahead of the competition, which is why we've created the best 4 finger thumb release. Our durable aluminum alloy construction and ergonomic design will make this your go-to choice for any hunting or target shooting needs. Plus, our 360-degree rotation clamp head and automatic close make it even more convenient to use, while our trigger sensitivity can be adjusted to fit different habits. Get yours today!

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