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Old 03-07-2010, 04:27 PM   #1
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Default Sight issues!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ok here's my problem,ive been using a single pin sight for awhile now and im used to a clear view of one pin,but lately ive been forgetting to adjust my sight and lost a few arrow,dont need this shooting deer ect...
Question has anybody used trohpy ridge vertical pin technology sight's and how do you like them.I was thinking that would be a best of both worlds kind of sight.
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Old 03-07-2010, 10:20 PM   #2
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Keep you eye out for a 3 or 5 pin VBG Trapper. IMO.
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Old 03-07-2010, 10:28 PM   #3
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Ok here's my problem,ive been using a single pin sight for awhile now and im used to a clear view of one pin,but lately ive been forgetting to adjust my sight and lost a few arrow,dont need this shooting deer ect...
Question has anybody used trohpy ridge vertical pin technology sight's and how do you like them.I was thinking that would be a best of both worlds kind of sight.
So many better choices for sights. Really dont like vertical pins at all.
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Old 03-07-2010, 11:11 PM   #4
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I've shot TR vertical pin sights for years now. I do like the unobstructed view when taking aim on an animal, but being they're getting a bit pricey; many older models can be picked up at a good price. You may want to look in the classifieds here for a used one try out first.
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Old 03-07-2010, 11:25 PM   #5
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Default Couple of good choices.

Sureloc

http://www.sureloc.com/hunting/multipin.html

CBE Tex Hunter. Pin sight I use.

http://www.custombowequipment.com/sights/tek-hunter.php
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Ok here's my problem,ive been using a single pin sight for awhile now and im used to a clear view of one pin,but lately ive been forgetting to adjust my sight and lost a few arrow,dont need this shooting deer ect...
Question has anybody used trohpy ridge vertical pin technology sight's and how do you like them.I was thinking that would be a best of both worlds kind of sight.
Are you talking about hunting or 3-D ?

If you forget to set your sight during a 3-D event, then your routine needs a FIX.... When I walk up to a target I get an impression of the distance and set my sight for that distance before setting my bow down... Then when it's my turn at the stake I judge, check sight mark, then adjust if necessary... Remember you are there to shoot targets and don't let conversation cause you to FORGET a part of your process..

If for hunting, I set my pin for 26 yards... and leave it unless there is a reason to change it.. 26 yards for my bow is 2.5" high at 15 yards and 2.5" low at 32 yards... Your action will vary but it's easy to find a distance that will work for your bow..
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Old 03-08-2010, 06:15 AM   #7
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If for hunting, I set my pin for 26 yards... and leave it unless there is a reason to change it.. 26 yards for my bow is 2.5" high at 15 yards and 2.5" low at 32 yards... Your action will vary but it's easy to find a distance that will work for your bow..
well when i practise i sometimes forget to adjust for yardage,dont want to make this mistake hunting,as much as i try seems lately it gets worse,hence the verticle pin sights.
I have 2 hunting spots that i can shoot atleast out to 50yds.It may be just a matter of disipline,but i was thinking verticle pin sight would be the ticket.
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