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My only complaint on this bow so far is that it takes a surprising amount of forward crank pressure to release the trigger box to let the string down. Otherwise I really like it.
 

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My only complaint on this bow so far is that it takes a surprising amount of forward crank pressure to release the trigger box to let the string down. Otherwise I really like it.
That does not sound right.
If I have to, I unwind the knob where the crank handle attaches a couple times and all is good again.
Did you try everything suggested in this video?

Here are all of the videos dealing with the AcuSlide function and operation:
 

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It’s the trigger lock latch that’s tough to release. Once it does, the trigger box slides freely.
Have you contacted TenPoint about this?
I'm sure they would fix it for you.
 

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I thought the same thing about mine requiring more torque so I measured the release force. It was within 1/2 pound of force. I have decocked mine many times after a days hunt with no issues. I believe part of it is when we are pushing on the latch lever and cranking that we perceive it takes more because we don't have a grasp of the stock. IMO

The parting line between the stock and Accuslide cover plate is normal. Mine is a little irregular in places but that's part of injection molded parts. Doesn't affect the bows performance or operation.

I like the hole also for a safety string so I don't drop the damn bow out of my 16' stand:rolleyes:
 
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