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    Default Latest Archerytalk Scam to lighten your Wallet

    Titanium Peep sights. Yes, sounds pretty cool. Only $20. The tried and true Fletcher aluminum peep is $4 or $5. Aluminum is 60% lighter then Titanium but Ti is 45% stronger and has better heat resistance. We are talking string peeps not fan blades in jet engines.
    If your serving comes loose and you fling your peep off in the grass with a Fletcher your out $4 if you do the same with the Ti your out $20.
    If aluminum is more than strong enough for the application and lighter, why would you install something 4-5times more expensive that is going to slow your bow down a couple FPS?
    You would be better off up grading your sight, release or arrow rest with your Archery Hobby Dollars.
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    So its not a real scam just a stronger peep and cost more some like that dose not mean its a scam a scame is when you pay for something and dont get it or get something different. I pay 20.00 for my super ball peep whats the differance.

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    Talking Here's what I think !

    Sometimes there are folks who claim that you get what you pay for , forgetting that you can be over charged for something that's not better !

    I tie my peeps on real good !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carpshooter View Post
    Sometimes there are folks who claim that you get what you pay for , forgetting that you can be over charged for something that's not better !

    I tie my peeps on real good !
    amen to that. but to each their own
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    I have two super balls meself, but 4 bows and arent going to put S-balls in themall and Super Bs have the advantage off course of varying sizes of apetures, clarifiers and verifiers.
    Ti is very hard to cut threads in and you cant make gun barrels out of Ti is so soft,it wont hold rifling.
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    The Titan 5/16 peep will withstand
    600lbs of string pressure and not oval.

    The 5/16 weighs 6gr

    There is one other company offering
    a Ti peep and Titan is about $5 less
    expensive.

    Titan peeps have all 3 string angles
    cut into it.. for different ATA bows and
    shorter Dl's

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    Cera-kote same type of finish used on glocks

    theses are matte black

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    also offered in anodized Ti

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    here is raw Ti in our state of the art string
    stretcher 600 lbs of pressure.

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    $18.99 for Raw shipped to you door

    paypal is Titanpeeps@gmail.com

    Anodized is. $21.99 shipped

    Cera-kote not yet available but soon.

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    Oh and yes Aluminum is lighter,, but
    our Ti peeps are machined much thinner
    making them much lighter... our peeps
    are extremely strong yet weigh between
    3-6gr.

    Its obvious you have no clue what your
    talking about. better go do some more
    reading on Ti and then come back and act
    like you have a clue. Typical delinquent!

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    When has a $4 Aluminum Fletcher ever failed in a string at any bow weight? Who has a 600 lb bow? If they are mackhined that light, theyre probably not as strong as a Fletcher or Super ball. A super ball peep costs approx the same as the Ti and will take various apertures for different peep sizes.http://www.obsessionarchery.com/adva...?keywords=peep
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    Quote Originally Posted by Compound Comedian View Post
    When has a $4 Aluminum Fletcher ever failed in a string at any bow weight? Who has a 600 lb bow? If they are mackhined that light, theyre probably not as strong as a Fletcher or Super ball. A super ball peep costs approx the same as the Ti and will take various apertures for different peep sizes.http://www.obsessionarchery.com/adva...?keywords=peep
    typical disposable douche bag salesman

    If your gonna give out any advise on
    products do a little more research..

    you make yourself out to be a complete
    idiot.
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    I dont see why people have to argue over this if you dont want one or want to pay for one just dont there are others who will if they had it in red I would get one for my Vector Turbo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matrix,hoyt View Post
    I dont see why people have to argue over this if you dont want one or want to pay for one just dont there are others who will if they had it in red I would get one for my Vector Turbo.
    The OP feelings were hurt so he decided to attack a company I am associated with.. He felt that would make him feel better.

    Its what delinquents do.

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    I guess my life is a little easier, I don't use a peep.

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    In addition to Rodney's posts, I seem to remember reading about some folks who like large diameter peeps having some issues with the peeps "ovaling" on them over time.

    The additional strength of the Ti peep prevents this from happening.

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    Thanks for the posts Rodney, unlike the OP I enjoy seeing new archery products. I use my intellect, assess the product and make a decision on purchase. This looks like a great peep with a variety of angles available for ultra short to long ATA's.

    And further to the ovalling, I won't name the mfg. but I had to replace several 1/4 and 5/16 of the competitors brand.

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