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Sights for Bow #2894535 01/03/12 06:14 PM
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I have a Diamond Razor Edge and need some new sights. I like the sight I have on it. I just need an upgrade. Maybe one with lighted up sights? I grazed the belly of a doe last night and I could barely see my pins at 25 yards. Any Suggestions? Thanks!


Re: Sights for Bow [Re: Flying arrows] #2894552 01/03/12 06:18 PM
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I got the Dimond black ice and it loves truglow sights.. i have the 5-pin with LED light....they are awsome for pigs at night


Re: Sights for Bow [Re: Navasot] #2894555 01/03/12 06:20 PM
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Thanks will check them out!


Re: Sights for Bow [Re: Flying arrows] #2894801 01/03/12 07:44 PM
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Re: Sights for Bow [Re: FoxTrot] #2895065 01/03/12 09:02 PM
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HHA single pin. It's made a world of difference in my hunting success rate. Your bow is plenty fast enough to take advantage of the clarity of a single pin. You run the pin up just behind the front leg and squeeze your release.



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Re: Sights for Bow [Re: 7ARanch] #2895106 01/03/12 09:16 PM
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i read a few older posts that have almost convinced me to go a 1 pin sight as well, or maybe at least down to 2. i have 4 currently and like everyone has said, sometimes they tend to block out a lot of your view.



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Re: Sights for Bow [Re: FoxTrot] #2895823 01/04/12 12:50 AM
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Re: Sights for Bow [Re: chrisj81] #2896208 01/04/12 02:11 AM
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Re: Sights for Bow [Re: chital_shikari] #2902859 01/05/12 11:28 PM
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Any more single sight suggestions?


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Re: Sights for Bow [Re: wkh2213] #2904597 01/06/12 02:58 PM
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I shoot a sword single pin sight took a little getting use too. Now there is no clutter of pins to look threw can concentrate on best shot possible..


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