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Forget the HHA - Look at the Trophy Ridge Pursuit #5890245 08/22/15 04:29 AM
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I was looking to buy the HHA Optimizer, but the price was over 300.00. Someone recommended the Trophy Ridge Pursuit 1 pin sight. It only costs 79.00. The only down side is it does not come with a sticker kit like the HHA does, and you are supposed to just mark the yardages with a marker. Someone then recommended to buy the HHA sticker kit for 15.00, because the Trophy Ridge is supposed to be built to the same measurements as the HHA.

Below are pictures of the final result. AMAZING! I could not have asked for more and I am grouping so much better now with one pin. Even up to 60 yards, which I could not do with my traditional sights.

It also comes with an LED light to enhance the optics. Unlike other sights this one screws right into the base to ONLY illuminate the fiber optics. It does not shine onto the pin or outside at all. Perfect set up for that. This also comes with the raised attachments to still utilize a removable quiver.

All in all a bad [censored] sight!


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Re: Forget the HHA - Look at the Trophy Ridge Pursuit [Re: TXGH] #5890250 08/22/15 04:35 AM
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Re: Forget the HHA - Look at the Trophy Ridge Pursuit [Re: TXGH] #5893009 08/24/15 02:24 PM
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LOOKS GOOD....I HAVE THE REACT 5 PIN BUT LIKING THE SINGLE PIN SIGHT PICTURE.

Re: Forget the HHA - Look at the Trophy Ridge Pursuit [Re: TXGH] #5936961 09/20/15 05:01 AM
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I'm a big fan of HHA sights but this looks nice and for less than $100 is a heck of a deal. Did you sight in using the HHA directions to get the correct tape or did you go about it a different way?

Re: Forget the HHA - Look at the Trophy Ridge Pursuit [Re: TXGH] #5937162 09/20/15 02:47 PM
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i used the HHA directions that came on the HHA tape I bought separate. Worked amazing and is right on all the way up to 65 yards. I dropped it on purpose from about 6 feet in the air to see if it held 0. Held it like a champ. I am sold!


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Re: Forget the HHA - Look at the Trophy Ridge Pursuit [Re: TXGH] #5937176 09/20/15 03:01 PM
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You must have been looking at the high dollar HHA. I've had several before,but not that $300 one.

But that will work as well. Good luck...

Re: Forget the HHA - Look at the Trophy Ridge Pursuit [Re: TXGH] #5937317 09/20/15 05:00 PM
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Does this have a magnifier on it? It looks like there's glass ring on the back side of it?
One of the problems I having is making out my target clearly outside of 30 yds.

Re: Forget the HHA - Look at the Trophy Ridge Pursuit [Re: TXGH] #5937473 09/20/15 07:13 PM
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Originally Posted By: jtprocaddie
I dropped it on purpose from about 6 feet in the air to see if it held 0. Held it like a champ. I am sold!
lol35

What did you drop the bow with sight?

Re: Forget the HHA - Look at the Trophy Ridge Pursuit [Re: TXGH] #5937652 09/20/15 09:24 PM
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Why would somebody drop their bow on purpose? Only reason I'm asking is that I've been bowhunting since 1975, and I can't recall ever dropping my bow by accident in all those years.

Re: Forget the HHA - Look at the Trophy Ridge Pursuit [Re: TXGH] #5938195 09/21/15 02:04 AM
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I have never dropped my bow on purpose...I may have used it as a death sickle to finish off an unruly turkey on the run, but never dropped it!

Re: Forget the HHA - Look at the Trophy Ridge Pursuit [Re: TXGH] #5940017 09/22/15 02:14 AM
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It was not on concrete it was in the grass. I just started shooting this yer, and made the mistake of not having a wrist sling and dropped it after a shot one time.. knocked my sight out of zero.. I figured you never know and I would hate to drop it walking to the stand and not know if it was still on. Better safe than sorry confidence wise. I would never drop it on a hard surface on purpose.


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