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Unread 12-10-2012, 11:36 AM
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Re: New Bow Sight

I hear that. Different styles of hunting will require different features. I hunt out west in wide open spaces so my needs are likely different.

I would say this though. Unless you are going really heavy there isn't much difference between the fast arrows and slow arrows up close either. My pin gap is still pretty close together even with my heavy arrows. In many cases I could use the same pin gap up close and just be an inch or so high but it was the much less drop at farther distances that made me realize the better efficiency of the heavier arrows. Plus, if a guy gets good at using his pins to determine where the arrow is going to be through flight at closer ranges it mostly is just a matter of putting it all together correctly.

Scot E.
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Unread 12-10-2012, 11:51 PM
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Re: New Bow Sight

Top pin ten pin is a great sight, I shoot out to 150 all the time but I had to adjust my peep and anchor up higher on my string
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