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    Can someone tell me what the correct class I would enter (feild/hunter/3d).compound bow, 7"stab.,one dot ,red dot sight, no magnification,no adjustment during round, gator release. It looks like free style or Bowhunter Free style. Getting two different opinions from fellow shooters.:
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    Quote Originally Posted by aligator View Post
    Can someone tell me what the correct class I would enter (feild/hunter/3d).compound bow, 7"stab.,one dot ,red dot sight, no magnification,no adjustment during round, gator release. It looks like free style or Bowhunter Free style. Getting two different opinions from fellow shooters.:
    I would tell you but ED dont have any, and I dont want him to feel bad.....


    anyway is this a electronic red dot?
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    Yes, it does use a battery with 11 setting, low to bright.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aligator View Post
    Yes, it does use a battery with 11 setting, low to bright.
    if it was my club you were shooting at it would be freestyle.....no electronic sights or the abilty to move the sight(without tools) even if you "say" you wont move it....

    not doubting yours or anyone elses honesty just this way, no one can be tempted.....
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    Does the sight slide...or is it fixed...

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    The sight is fixed. You can remove cap, and with a screw drive click elevation or right/left., however instruction states that if you need more then 4" change, you must unbolt from the mount and slide it up, or down.
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    So it's a sigle pin fixed...basically...
    So Bowhunter...
    I don't think theres a reg against red dots...there is one against Laser sights I believe...


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    Thanks folks, Sunday I will do my very first shoot. 14 field, 14 hunter 14 3-d., targets.
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    In VA you would be shooting:Bowhunter/limited or bowhunter.
    which is a fixed pin or sight, 12 inch stabilizer or less.
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