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Old 09-22-2012, 07:34 AM   #1
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Default Slide Sight on a RecurveBow

Hi Volks,

Since February this Year I'm Shooting a 68" Recurve Bow (Cartel Fantom) on Fita Target. And I'm living in Germany. So since Bowhunting is Forbidden here and most of the 3D Target Archers are going on Instinctive Shooting there are not much people i can talk to with the Problem i'm facing. Like six weeks ago i startet to go through some 3D Parcours. And it's way more fun than standing in front of a Target. But with my Large Bow and the Long Stabilizer its hard to go through the Trails an stuff- you know what i mean. So here i'm looking for a Hunting Bow. I would like to have a Compound Bow but i cant afford the one im looking on right now. So i decided to buy a Hoyt Dorado. But as im used to shoot with the Sight on my usual Recurve i also want a Sight on the Dorado. And i would like to use a Sliding Sight like the Vital X Star Trax or Optimizer Lite Ultra. But i Realized, that the Adjusting Range is mostly limited to 2" or less. I guess these Sights are ment to use only on fast shooting Compound Bows. So does any of you guys have a Sight like them on a Recurve bow? Is there a Sight besides the Sure-Loc Sportsman special that comes with a Range in 2,5" ? Or has any of you guys a Sight like this on a Recurve bow?

Regard from Germany - Florian

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