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Nemesis Swivel

4.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
(4 customer reviews )


The Nemesis Swivel is a roller sear single jaw release with a built in trigger grip design. Featuring a stainless steel jaw and no set screws for adjustment makes this a very simple to use release. The Nemesis Swivel comes with the standard size wrist strap, black head, black stem and black stitching. Our patented swivel connector adjust to multiple length settings to fit different hand sizes and swivels 360 degrees. The swivel stem can even be locked from rotating with one simple set screw adjustment. The Nemesis is the best economy single jaw release in the world.

Nemesis Swivel features:

  • Stainless steel jaw
  • Built in trigger grip
  • Patented swivel connector
  • Multiple length adjustments
  • Roller sear single jaw design

Customers' review

Rated 4.00 out of 5 stars
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4 reviews for Nemesis Swivel

  1. 5 out of 5

    Excellent adjustability and precision on shots. I am using it for target archery. I like the adjustability of the trigger length and that you can lock the angle of the trigger.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Great release Love the comfort and stability

  3. 1 out of 5

    Bought and used once, then broke. Not worth the money.

  4. 5 out of 5

    B3 Archery Nemesis release Shout out to the B3 Archery Nemesis release My Story: I got a late start in hunting and archery at 53. Initially, as my brother n law was using a “Scott Archery Little Goose” release, I went with the same release. My 1st bow was a Hoyt PowerMax in 2017. In 2019, my 2nd bow was/is a Mathews Halon32. Demographically, I live in Massachusetts and I was at my archery shop, “Reedy’s Archery”, in Middleborough, MA. Shout out to Chris Reed and his entire staff. Great shop but even greater ambassadors for archery. I had been looking for a new release to replace Scott Little Goose (btw: I have 3 lit’l goose releases as the original is now my backup due to the wrist strap stretch in the Nylon band). One of the things I was looking for in a new release was a wider band, the wrist strap. I have good size hands, moderate size wrists but I was thinking maybe a winder strap would help in stabilizing my bow arm at full draw. Reedy’s had a full wall of B3 Archery releases and I tried out the “Nemesis” Single Jaw release. Reedy’s has an indoor range and I was also getting my d-loop replaced. So, from the 1st shot sighting in the new d-loop, using the Nemesis I immediately noticed a difference between my old release and the B3 Archery Nemesis. Although the wrist strap was about the same size as my nylon & leather lit’l goose straps, the leather like material was softer. And when I shot the Nemesis, my bow seemed quieter. I also notice the “Jaw” was not as wide. So, in essence, when I drew back my bow to its’ anchor point, the D-Loop was more like a “D” or “triangle” as oppose to my other release where the D-Loop looked more rectangular-ish. I purchased the Nemesis release after 3 shots. But, this story doesn’t end there. Reedy’s Archery also has an outdoor range and I headed outside for about 50 shots. To sum up my long story, I immediately noticed an improvement in my accuracy. I never adjusted the “stem” accepting the shortest distance. Which is another thing I noticed as a difference between my old release and this new Nemesis. On the Nemesis, the stem was shorter and basically put the “Trigger” right where I wanted it, in the 2nd digit of my index finger. It was only the 1st day with my ne pw B3 Archery Nemesis release, it was only 50 shots, but it was a great way to end 2020 with a new love going into 2021. Thank you B3 Archery. One last thing. When looking at the wrist straps out on the market, a lot of them are bulky. I was shooting with my hunting jacket on and there was no bulk whatsoever. The release is well engineered and extremely well designed. Happy New Year to all and here’s to a happier and healthier new year! rickO

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