Menu

Spot Hogg

Spot Hogg Whipper Snapper 4 Finger Release

  • Sale
  • $0 $119.99
  • 15 points ?

OUT OF STOCK

goHUNT Highlights

  • Built with both proprietary materials and design the Whipper Snapper’s firing mechanism provides an extremely crisp trigger break 

  • Has a single screw to adjust for both trigger tension and travel

  • The release’s trigger barrel is adjustable to fit each and every hunter's hand

Manufacturer Highlights

  • Ergonomically designed for maximum comfort

  • Fastest trigger available on the market but completely safe

  • Auto reload feature

  • Settings won’t change or wear just set it and forget it

  • Designed for D-loop hookup

  • Warranty - Limited Lifetime

Breakdown
The Whipper Snapper features unique, contoured lines intended to generate comfort during long shooting sessions and through every segment of the shot sequence. With its slender design, the release seems almost non-existent in your hand during the draw and is easily positioned during anchor for repeatable and consistent shots. The Whipper Snapper’s firing mechanism provides an extremely crisp trigger break that is one of the fastest in the industry. With single screw adjustability for both trigger tension and travel the highly-adjustable Whipper Snapper offers something that is missing on most releases - the peace of mind of knowing that once you’ve fine-tuned the settings the release won’t change or wear matter how much you shoot or how hard you hunt. The release’s trigger barrel is adjustable to fit each individual's hand via two different positions on the trigger. 

Adjustable tension Yes
Adjustable barrel Yes
Jaw type Open
Caliper type Single
Manufacturer Warranty Limited Lifetime

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    50%
    (1)
    50%
    (1)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    0%
    (0)
    J
    Justin Laakso
    Whipper snapper review.

    I really did enjoy this release it was crisp and light. Only thing I wish was on there was a wrist strap. I lost my shooting tac on a ski lift seat.

    M
    Mike
    Spot-on Release

    I went to thumb release after a shoulder injury last season; the biomechanics of this type of release works for me and I'm back shooting. After breaking in another release, I was intrigued by the "snappy" trigger advertised by Spot Hogg. "Snap" interprets to a clean trigger break meaning I can feel the difference in the release as well as see the difference in smaller arrow groups. What's not to like?

    One point = $1
    Must be an INSIDER to earn
    One point = $1
    You may earn points during your free trial but must be an INSIDER to redeem

    Login

    Don't have an account? Sign up now