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Rook Swivel

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



The Rook Swivel is a proprietary design featuring a stainless steel load jaw and an anodized guide jaw. This system gives you the accuracy of a single jaw and the simplicity of a dual-jaw. The Rook Swivel also features a curved trigger and shape of the Rook is unique to B3, it has an hourglass shape that will give you some more leverage to get your bow back in a hunting situation. The Rook Swivel comes with a standard size OD green wrist strap, black stem and color coordinating stitching for a nice looking release. 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 Rook is the most innovative dual-jaw release in the world.

Rook Swivel features:

  • Black stainless steel load jaw
  • Improved release body design
  • Patented swivel connector
  • One anodized guide jaw
  • Multiple length settings
  • Curved trigger design
  • OD green strap
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Customers' review

Rated 3.50 out of 5 stars
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4 reviews for Rook Swivel

  1. 5 out of 5

    Great Love the feel of the trigger! Crisp, clean releases everytime. I have taken over 5,000 shots with this release. I like it.

  2. 1 out of 5

    I loved the product until it broke Bought this release and thought it was super nice until I got about 60 shots in and the jaws completely stopped opening I messed with it for a while trying to fix it but just gave up.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Rook release Got my release today. Works flawlessly. Crisp trigger and smooth. Couldn’t be happier!

  4. 3 out of 5

    Well Made but with a few Caveats I just bought this release today based on the recommendation of a local dealer. Out of the box there were several strands of string loose on the strap, I pulled / cut them off then burned to singe the loose ends. Maybe the die that was used to cut it was going dull? Doesn’t seem to be a huge issue but I hope the fabric doesn’t continue to unravel to the sewn thread point. The buckle is secured between a leather loop sewn into the strap. 2 things about this; if you wait to put on your strap in the field the buckle will wiggle a bit making some sound. Not a lot but not that quiet either. Second - the leather squeaks a bit when pressure (drawing the bow) - this may however lessen / disappear as the leather breaks in. The release is marketed as having the ability to rotate fully “when climbing a tree stand” - I anticipated using the feature when pulling arrows out of targets but it seems you have to go past the 3rd adjustment screw for that to work. I’m at the 3rd screw now and due to the flair at the end of the release the metal is obstructed by the triangle ring preventing a full rotation. The craftsmanship of the metal portion of the release is superb - the trigger is crisp a definite upgrade from my True Fire. I will say that True Fire has a better design on the wrist strap - if I could throw this release on the True Fire strap I’td be golden. I wouldn’t normally be so not picky on gear; but I also don’t normally don’t spend $90 on a wrist release. I’ll still use it for practice but may get something that can rotate fully for the field / doesn’t have the loose buckle.

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