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    Default Competiton Sights

    My son is starting to shoot compound and I am wanting to go with competition sights. I see sure Loc has a couple of them. The 400 Supreme and the 400 Phoenix. Anything else that someone may suggest. Please let me know. Thanks a bunch

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    to 3d shoots riceboy

    For a target sight set up it's hard to beat Sur-loc.

    They've set the standard for everyone else to match. At a cost.

    If your looking for alittle cheaper, Copper Johns also make a nice sight.

    They are others out there but those are the two Ive used.

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    Kinda now leaning towards the Challenger. Seems to be the best bang for buck right now. Thinking of a target scope with dot. What do you think Eagle Eye

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    if your son is just starting out and learning to use a release properly and working on breathing and shot execution, etc, I dont know If I would go with a magnified lens. what kind of target shooting will he be doing? indoor or outdoor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    if your son is just starting out and learning to use a release properly and working on breathing and shot execution, etc, I dont know If I would go with a magnified lens. what kind of target shooting will he be doing? indoor or outdoor?
    +1, to much power in the scope will cause target panic, most of us learn that the hard way.

    Start him out with low power.

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    look into CBE, they make a great sight

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    Quote Originally Posted by riceboy75 View Post
    ......Anything else that someone may suggest....
    I have a Supreme and an Axcel gathering dust since my purchase of Shibuyas.

    The Shib's are very light/well built and allow you the ability to control the fit of the sliding parts.

    There may be something better out there, but I havn't seen it.

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    I got a Challenger that I got on a trade and never have used it. In a Case, with some kind of scope Does not have the armored 3rd axis attachment but that can be bought seperatetely from 3d (Obsession) or Lancasters.I would likely accept a deal you can"t refuse. PM me. I'm working a 24 starting in the am, so I won't be back till monday. As much as I hoped I would do more in the target archery arena, I am still just a hunter and occaisional 3d'r. Hate to see it just sitting in a case in my basement.
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