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Topoint Archery TP420 3 or 4 Finger Release

by Topoint
$99.99
SKU CAO12148HQ

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The Topoint Archery TP420 release is a great introduction into the world of high end thumb button release. It is an ideal starting release for new compound archers or archers who are interested in trying out this style release.

Without the heft price tags of some competitors, the TP420 features the same feel and action. It can be used as a 3-finger or 4-finger release. Comes in a case with an attachment for the 4th finger, as well as screws and Allen keys needed to install it. 

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Customer Reviews

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Joel L. (Quebec)
Budget thumb release

I was torn between buying this or not for my wife. Owning the Truball T-Rex release and comparing this; I would say ... save a little bit longer and get a higher end thumb button release. Ok, that aside, here is some of the good and bad.

The Good: What I do like is that it is very a well priced release that works and works well. It is solidly built. Very. It is a single jaw, sear activated release. This is good and I like that. I like the arming feature (something my T-Rex lacks). The sensitivity is moderately low out of the box so it requires a little more work to launch an arrow. Not a bad thing. The release is consistent for thumb button travel and releasing.

The less good: My hands are medium sized, but I found the release blocky. Not real comfortable. The exaggerated curl at the end of the third finger forces your pinky in unnatural position that, well, makes it uncomfortable (for me). This only became a pain (literally) after about 20+ arrows. If that portion was straight without that curl this would be a keeper. The fourth finger addon isnt useful. Not unless your hand is basically a huge mitt of a hand.

There seems to be some adjustment set screws on the unit, but they dont seem to do much. The release is a little noisy when activated/triggered, but at this price range, it isnt an issue.

Conclusion:
Too big for my wife's hand and not the most comfortable for me, I will likely just keep it as a backup and to change things up on the archery range. For someone on a tight budget that wants a decent solid thumb release, this is it.

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David M. (Manitoba)
Canada Archery Online

The service is nothing short of being AWESOME, Fast, friendly and very professional and willing to help in any given situation. They delivery could be faster but other that that they are spot on and I would recommend CANADA ARCHERY ONLINE to friends and family which I already have. Keep up the great work, you guys and gals are great for CANADA

All special orders are treated with priority. Outside of larger items such as bows, many special order items are on a consistent stocking basis. General turn around is 2-4 weeks depending on manufacturer lead times.

Some bows such as custom target bows and top shelf traditional recurve bows are on a made to order basis directly from the manufacturer.

Some left handed products such as high end target equipment can also experience unforseen delays due to manufacturer batch production.

We make every effort to meet the deadlines set above. Sometimes due to issues out of our control we are unable to accomplish this. We will make every effort to remedy the situation if that is the case.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
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Joel L. (Quebec)
Budget thumb release

I was torn between buying this or not for my wife. Owning the Truball T-Rex release and comparing this; I would say ... save a little bit longer and get a higher end thumb button release. Ok, that aside, here is some of the good and bad.

The Good: What I do like is that it is very a well priced release that works and works well. It is solidly built. Very. It is a single jaw, sear activated release. This is good and I like that. I like the arming feature (something my T-Rex lacks). The sensitivity is moderately low out of the box so it requires a little more work to launch an arrow. Not a bad thing. The release is consistent for thumb button travel and releasing.

The less good: My hands are medium sized, but I found the release blocky. Not real comfortable. The exaggerated curl at the end of the third finger forces your pinky in unnatural position that, well, makes it uncomfortable (for me). This only became a pain (literally) after about 20+ arrows. If that portion was straight without that curl this would be a keeper. The fourth finger addon isnt useful. Not unless your hand is basically a huge mitt of a hand.

There seems to be some adjustment set screws on the unit, but they dont seem to do much. The release is a little noisy when activated/triggered, but at this price range, it isnt an issue.

Conclusion:
Too big for my wife's hand and not the most comfortable for me, I will likely just keep it as a backup and to change things up on the archery range. For someone on a tight budget that wants a decent solid thumb release, this is it.

D
David M. (Manitoba)
Canada Archery Online

The service is nothing short of being AWESOME, Fast, friendly and very professional and willing to help in any given situation. They delivery could be faster but other that that they are spot on and I would recommend CANADA ARCHERY ONLINE to friends and family which I already have. Keep up the great work, you guys and gals are great for CANADA