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    it's funny how you kindof turned the op's bashing thread into an add for the exact product he was badmouthing. I think you will actually gain more interest in these new ti peeps.

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    Ovaling is caused by not having the right string angle cut into the sides of the peep on ultra short bows. The peep itself is angled due to the extreme string angle at full draw.Anyone with any amount of intellect wouldnt have a bow under 37" ata.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Compound Comedian View Post
    Ovaling is caused by not having the right string angle cut into the sides of the peep on ultra short bows. The peep itself is angled due to the extreme string angle at full draw.Anyone with any amount of intellect wouldnt have a bow under 37" ata.
    Interesting comment there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Compound Comedian View Post
    Ovaling is caused by not having the right string angle cut into the sides of the peep on ultra short bows. The peep itself is angled due to the extreme string angle at full draw.Anyone with any amount of intellect wouldnt have a bow under 37" ata.
    seriously?
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    i will applaud them for trying different things cause if it wasnt for guys like them, then the archery business would be at a stand still.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Compound Comedian View Post
    Ovaling is caused by not having the right string angle cut into the sides of the peep on ultra short bows. The peep itself is angled due to the extreme string angle at full draw.Anyone with any amount of intellect wouldnt have a bow under 37" ata.

    I think this pretty much proves my point...


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    I would buy one. It looks like a great product that is available in multiple colors.
    OP I would also bet that most bows on the market is well under 37" ATA.
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    yes and people buying them(<37") IQ's are well below 3 digits.Thinkng Ovaling means the alum peep is bending helps support this . Thats why Super Balls are made at various angles.
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    I like the looks of the titanium peep. It is very clean looking. Is it new? No. But, a very fresh spin on the peeps in the market which was needed. Worth the almost $20? Only the individual can decide that.

    I am curious. It is stated that there is 600 pounds on the string. But, how much pressure is actually on the sides of the peep?

    As you can see by the photo, the older ones are a little dull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by asa1485 View Post
    I like the looks of the titanium peep. It is very clean looking. Is it new? No. But, a very fresh spin on the peeps in the market which was needed. Worth the almost $20? Only the individual can decide that.

    I am curious. It is stated that there is 600 pounds on the string. But, how much pressure is actually on the sides of the peep?

    As you can see by the photo, the older ones are a little dull.

    How much pressure? Not sure?? more than whats on a bow though..

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    Titanium peep sights are a great idea, I can't tell you how how many plastic peep sights I've crushed over the years in hunting accidents. Several dozen at least.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    Titanium peep sights are a great idea, I can't tell you how how many plastic peep sights I've crushed over the years in hunting accidents. Several dozen at least.


    your only saying that cause Db is using one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    your only saying that cause Db is using one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodney482 View Post
    I think this pretty much proves my point...


    Thanks CC

    lmao every other one of his post shows that his handle should be Compound Clown....his post are so ridiculous that it has to be a joke because nobody can really be that clueless and think they really know what they are talking about.

    I know probably 20 people at least that would walk his dog with a bow under 37"....myself included in that 20. My only 58 and 59 X rounds are with a 35-36" Katera. Have never shot a 540+ field round with anything but one of my Katera XLs either.

    The peep is sweet....can't say I would buy one as I mostly shoot target and those holes are WAAAAYYYY too big for my liking and no clarifier. But the idea is a good one. As a person that shoots a super peep because of clarifiers.....Super Peeps are only as popular as they are because of the insert. The housing isnt that great....and after all these years they still haven't figured out how to build them so that every other one they produce doesn't jack up your string. They only reason they are still as popular is because they sue or threaten to sue everyone that tries to make a new version. The one Lancaster had to stop making was MUCH better.


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    i think it would be another great idea to be able to put a pin verifyer in it. (hint hint rodney).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Compound Comedian View Post
    Titanium Peep sights. Yes, sounds pretty cool. Only $20. The tried and true Fletcher aluminum peep is $4 or $5.
    It is cool....so by all means shoot your Fletcher.

    [QUOTE= 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.[/QUOTE]

    Could care less about fan blades in jet engines....I'm not shooting them.

    [QUOTE=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.[/Quote]

    With a so called IQ of <37 it hasn't happened yet....and if it does....oh well.

    [QUOTE=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?[/QUOTE]

    Some of us could care less about FPS. It's called options for a reason.

    [QUOTE=You would be better off up grading your sight, release or arrow rest with your Archery Hobby Dollars.[/QUOTE]

    With the ability to have 3 angles in one peep comes to about $6.67 an angle.
    Almost comparable to the Fletcher $5 1 angle peep.....

    To simply say this is a scam is ludicrous.

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    And why is this an"archerytalk" scam? Don't bash other web sights if you don't know what your talking about.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Compound Comedian View Post
    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.
    That whole sight is a scam if you ask me. And I already know who will post after I do.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowman90 View Post
    That whole sight is a scam if you ask me. And I already know who will post after I do.


    Who's that??

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    Quote Originally Posted by asa1485 View Post
    Worth the almost $20? Only the individual can decide that.

    Exactly, which is why i'll be buying one.

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