A historical oddity, inaccessible to most archers until now, we're proud to present our take on the tongue ring. What is it and how does it work I hear you ask? Unusually, instead of resting the string in front of the tongue, you rest it atop said tongue. The natural curve of the ring, relative to the narrowness of the tongue, encourages the string to remain on the tongue and off the soft part of the thumb making these comfortable rings to use. Upon release, the string rolls off the tongue, and drops like an absolute hammer. If you think Ottoman style rings feel snappy and fast, you should try one of these.