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iq bow sight? #5185549 07/03/14 05:21 PM
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Anyone shooting these iqs? Time to upgrade the sight and considering one of these

Re: iq bow sight? [Re: wwhunter] #5186087 07/03/14 11:18 PM
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Save you money and get a Spot Hogg or Black Gold or another good sight.


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Re: iq bow sight? [Re: wwhunter] #5186096 07/03/14 11:22 PM
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Sorry for the short and not very informative reply above. Lots of good sights out there. There is a reason sights like the IQ are NOT used by many of the best shooters. Nothing takes the place of good form and practice. There is no short cut to being a good shot with a bow. Get your bow tuned and work on your form and you will not need a gimmick to help you knock nocks off your arrows.


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Re: iq bow sight? [Re: wwhunter] #5186134 07/03/14 11:43 PM
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Haven't even heard of them.

Re: iq bow sight? [Re: wwhunter] #5186399 07/04/14 02:34 AM
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I've read some good reviews on them, but the new Cabela's Instinct sight looks really cool.

I like what Nolan Outdoors said. Good advice. up

Re: iq bow sight? [Re: wwhunter] #5209208 07/20/14 12:24 AM
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I agree with the above statement but still love my IQ sight. I has a little re assurance when in odd positions when hunting

Re: iq bow sight? [Re: wwhunter] #5209441 07/20/14 03:33 AM
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Nolan made a bunch of good points there.

Save up and get a quality sight.

I am partial to Spot Hogg. They are near bombproof, made in USA, bright fibers and superior customer service.

Next - find a local pro, and take a few lessons. Learn to shoot with a repeatable form that you can place your trust in.


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Re: iq bow sight? [Re: wwhunter] #5225100 07/30/14 01:24 AM
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I shoot IQ and really like them. Well built and easily adjusted.

Re: iq bow sight? [Re: wwhunter] #5228557 07/31/14 07:54 PM
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I have an almost new IQ I'm willing to part with. If interested shoot me a pm.

p.s. also have a NIB AXT Carbon Carnivore.


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