A compound bow hunting sight is a type of bow sight that is typically composed of two or more pins that are used to help the hunter aim at a target. The hunter will align the top pin with the target, and then use the bottom pin to help estimate the distance to the target.
Take precision to the next level with Trophy Ridge Fix sights. Each pin is micro adjusted to consistently provide unparalleled accuracy at all ranges. Fix perfectly balances the precision with superior durability and strength utilizing aluminum brackets.
Each right-hand sight features horiztontal pins and. 019 fiber optic yardage indicators that are visible in any condition. Choose from seven, five, or three pin construction.
I hunted with this sight last year. The bow tech couldn’t figure out how to adjust it left to right. I was unable to use the last two pins, as they wouldn’t move. Sitting in my bow case, the housing cracked.
I practiced from February to September, was still not shooting how I wanted to when I went hunting. My sight also came lose during the hunt, causing me to shoot a few inches low at 20 yards. I don’t know how that happened.
Problems aside, it did not ruin last year’s hunt. I still wound up with a great first deer with a bow buck. 4*7 non typical white tail. But because I was unable to move the final 2 pins, it cracked on the cover, chilling in my bow case, and how it mysteriously came lose, I have to give it a one star review.
It shouldn’t have these problems. Do not buy this sight.
This sight is easy to micro adjust each pin. Each pin is mounted to a threaded rod. Turning the rod will move the pin a precise amount. The reason for 4 stars and not 5 is that the two holes designed to mount the quiver were not threaded.
This was a manufactures error as I have seen others on the store shelf that were threaded. Somehow mine got through quality control and did not get threaded. I did not have time to send it back, and I have a tap and die set, so I treaded the holes myself.
This is a great sight that sets up so easily. To have seven pins dialed-in out to 80 yards in a matter of minutes is so convenient (without having to mess with sight tapes). The React technology is great for a beginner or the experienced archer who wants mathematical precision to fit their personal set-up.
I used this sight on my last elk hunt – it was durable and maintained accuracy throughout the hunt. I would definitely recommend this sight without reservation!!.
Mathematical precision of React Technology automatically adjusts all pins to the optimal location
Make easy corrections with advanced 100% tool-less micro adjustment
Strengthen accuracy at severe angles over longer distances with third-axis leveling
Ultra-bright .019 fiber optic pins for ultimate visibility
Adjust the brightness to suit any shooting condition with the rheostat light
Mathematical precision of React Technology automatically adjusts all pins to the optimal location. Make easy corrections with advanced 100% tool-less micro adjustment. (3) pins allow you to have set 20, 30, and 40 yard pins, then dial precise yardage at extended range.
Strengthen accuracy at severe angles over longer distances with third-axis leveling. Positive stop design at the 40-yard indicator position. Durable 100% machine-aluminum construction. Ultra-bright. 019 fiber optic pins for ultimate visibility.
Adjust the brightness to suit any shooting condition with the rheostat light. Measured arrow speed: 250-330 fps. Includes: React Techology, Rheostat light, mounting hardware, 2nd and 3rd axis leveling,(17) custom sight tapes, fiber optic yardage indicators and bubble level.
IšverstiShow in original languageThe React technology is something I’ve bought into 100%. This sight is basically the same as the React single pins but it’s even better for those times you don’t have the movement opportunity to adjust your sight.
The Trophy Ridge pins are well built (ie. they don’t break) and they are perfect in low light conditions. Not too bright where you get blur and not dark to where you can’t see them. I’ve owned three React sights and not a single one has failed me yet for being a high quality sight!.
IšverstiShow in original languageWith the rise in popularity of the adjustable pin sights on the market, Trophy Ridge created this sight for anyone who wants the flexibility of an adjustable pin, while also maintaining the security of having multiple yardage options without moving the dial.
As a hunter, this sight is the perfect mixture of being able to turn the dial to an exact yardage, while also having the safety net of the 2 other pins in case a last second adjustment needs to be made without the opportunity to change the dial.
a 3 pin sight that I could set to shoot at 97 yards, or have the ability to shoot 20,30, and 40 yards without touching a thing.
IšverstiShow in original languageWhen I seen this sight I loved the verticals pin adjustment from 40-100 yards the idea was awesome with having your 20&30 locked in. Sighting in was easy didn’t take to long and the React technology made it better and more accurate.
I sighted in my 20&30 then 40&60 for the react vertical pin which sets the dial for your other yardage. When you shoot past 40 the entire housing moves with it not just the pin by its self and the yardage markers are bright enough to see them during low light situations.
No need for a rangefinder! Quick and easy to sight-in, the Garmin Xero A1 Digital Bow Sight takes your hunt to the next level with automatic digital ranging. Bow Sight features an easy-to-view display that instantly shows the angle-compensated distance to your target.
Once you receive your distance, a red LED pin appears, making it easier than ever to take a clean, ethical shot. Bright virtual pins Unlike normal bow sights, the Garmin Xero A1 uses virtual LED pins that automatically adjust to your lightning conditions, allowing you to easily view both your LED pins and target without any obstructions.
Stay silent in the stand Staying quiet and minimizing movement is critical during the hunt. That’s why the Garmin Xero A1 Bow Sight features a mountable trigger that’s super quiet and requires minimal movement to trigger the laser rangefinder.
All it takes is one pull to quickly find the distance and exact pin you need for the shot. 3. 9×3. 1×3. 8 inch, 14. 7 oz. Instantly measures distance to your target with automatic compensation for angle drop Red LED pins with automatic brightness adjustment No physical pins to obstruct your target Silent single-button trigger is easy to use and requires minimal movement Customizable for single-pin and multi-pin configurations or manual pin selection Anti-reflective, water-repellent lens coating on target side; 20% reflective and water-repellent on archer side Shot counter IPX7 water-resistant rating Right-handed model True 1-year battery life Runs on 2 lithium AAA batteries (not included) Includes sight mount, 2 screws, protective bag, grip tape, and microUSB cable Order today!.
1.00″W x 0.42″H (2.5 x 1.1 cm); 2.0″ diag (5.0 cm)
160 x 68 pixels
2 lithium AAA (not included)
Up to 1 year
1 color (red)
ambient light sensor controlled or manual
Reviews From Real Customers
Im enjoying the sight so far. I lowered my first pin so that I can see more of a deer in the sight picture. It defaults rather high in the sight which wouldnt be a problem just shooting targets, but would be an issue for me in a hunting situation.
Even though I moved my 20 yard pin down, Im still able to sight in out to 60 yards. Dont be discouraged if you have a little trouble with setup. Take your time and watch videos. Itll all come together.
If you have another person available during setup it would be helpful. As you calibrate the sight for different yardages, youll range your target at XX yards, then the sight will ask Do you want to calibrate for 30 yards? Youll have to let down and hit Ok, then shoot.
These are just my thoughts. Its great so far. I also used it alongside my Nikon rangefinder and the Garmin always gives me the same yardage as the Nikon.
I was a crossbow hunter for 30 years. I decided to change to compound when I learned some areas consider crossbow to be a firearm. I have a bucket list moose archery hunt was planned and we were leaving in 60 days.
My big issue was seeing those pins at 57 years old. I bought a bow and had tech change all 4 pins to green. I also added a verifier and started shooting. I quickly became proficient out to 20 yds. Getting good with a bow means doing repetitive steps correctly everytime.
Range finding is another one of those steps and guessing 1/2 way between pins was tricky. I purchased A1i and installed it. Set up was fairly easy however one of the bolts was easily stripped out. I contacted Garmin and had Zero response.
This is so unusual because my Garmin GPS, fish finder, watch have had amazing arrive response. After calibrating the sight I started shooting. I am blown away how fast and accurate I can shoot from 5-40yds.
Daw bow back, push button to align range, release button move green dot to target and release. Crazy fast, crazy accurate. I would have given it 5 stars if Garmin had of responded!.
This is an awesome product. The future tech feel of a sight that finds the range and gives you a pin is exciting. I’m especially pleased with the red dot pins. They adjust brightness automatically and can be set by the user.
The absence of pin arms really clears up your sight picture. I can shoot much tighter groups with this sight (I used to have a 5 pin $200ish sight). I can’t think of a drawback. Yes, it is expensive, but it’s a value given all the features.
Once you have it set up, you push a button, which you attach to your bow with tape (it is connected by a 12 inch or so cable that runs from the removable battery cover), to find the range. The rangefinding is not connected to drawing, so you can use that function before or after drawing (that is, you can set your range based on the trail you think game will take, but you can also change it before release).
The sight will then project an LED dot on the glass screen (which is incredibly clear – people asked me whether there was anything there at all). That’s it – aim at the pin and enjoy your bullseye.
The affordable Joker 3-Pin Bow Sight helps you hit your target by providing you with reliable accuracy. The laser-etched aluminum windage adjustments, sight level and bright pins add greater precision to your aiming, while the green hood accent permits easy sight acquisition.
The multiple mounting holes and reversible design give you the option to mount the Trophy Ridge Joker 3-Pin Bow Sight on a left or right-handed bow.
Got this sight in with the RTH package add on to my Resurgence LD bow. Was very easy to get dialed in and I’m having a lot of success hitting my targets consistently. Feels very sturdy mounted up and I feel comfortable laying my bow down on the sight for a minute if needed.
Took me a minute to figure out how to get the insulator out of the battery compartment but thats a nice feature, although I rarely need it.
Got a hand-me-down now and picked up this sight to get me started. For two weeks my groups were all over the place until the sight finally fell off. The left/right adjustment tightening screw was loose despite torquing it down on installation.
Put it back on and tightened even more. Still had problems grouping and discovered the sight was slipping on every shot. The left/right adjustment tightening screw had broken through the plastic housing and will no longer tighten.
Every adjustment screw on this is similar. The metal just indents and cuts right through the soft plastic. Nothing will ever stay tight. Spend a little more and get a metal sight.
I didn’t want to spend much money on a sight for a used youth bow. I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of this sight. The fiber optic sight points are clear and the protective ring around them highly visible to bring you quickly on target.
There were no installation instructions but easy to figure out. Installation a breeze with the included screws.
This bow sight is so lightweight Trophy Ridge calls it “the Mist. ” The innovative design includes a reversible sight mount for both left and right handed bows, with low or high anchor points. Features three ultra bright.
019″ fiber optic pins. The extremely small pin size means you see more of the target when aiming. You can also adjust the pins for improved accuracy. The Mist also has a green hood accent for easy sight acquisition.
Plus, there’s a precision installed bubble level, and multiple mounting holes for increased versatility. Mounts to ATA accessory holes. Adjustable to fit both right and left handed bows. Weighs approximately 5 ounces.
The CBE Engage Hybrid Bow Sight features frustration-Free pin adjustments. Engage and move just one pin at a time. Loosen hex screw to engage the chosen pin. Turn the knob to make micro adjustments to individual pins.
Armed Guard Fiber Management System protects the fibers every step of the way, from block to pin. And, there is now 12 inches of fiber for brighter pins! Quad Track four-track stability adjustment system eliminates rocking and rattling.
The machined Rapid Drive elevation adjustment system is the fastest high-precision adjustment available one turn = 1. 5 inch of travel. An ergonomic knob makes adjustments easy.
I have been using this sight for a few months. It is very smooth and easy to set-up. I like the bright green pin housing, making lining up with your peep sight easy. I love the metal yardage plates, they look awesome and you never need to worry about weather.
Issues: The biggest problem I found, like others who have reviewed this sight, is the housing is loose. It rattles as you move. It did not effect my shooting accuracy but it made noise and felt unstable.
I contacted CBE twice and never got a response, which was very frustrating. I was able to fix the issue by cranking down of the windage dial. This fixed the rattling issue but I cannot use the micro windage adjustments anymore.
Put precise and accurate targeting on your high-performance hunting bow with the Custom Bow Equipment Tactic Micro 5-Pin Bow Sight. Featuring a durable Blade Pin design, the sights 5. 019 pins offer a bright aiming point thanks to the 12 of fiber going to the pins.
Guided by laser-engraved markings, the micro windage and elevation adjustment help you lock in precise adjustment for exact aiming points. Fluorescent peep alignment ring helps you ensure proper sight alignment as you sight in on your target.
Armed Guard Fiber Management System protects the sights fibers, while the included sight light illuminates them in falling light. Smart Mount design gives bowhunters multi-position mounting holes to mount the sight in the optimal position.
I can’t say enough great things about this sight. I wanted something affordable, high quality, and with a few whistles and I got all that and more with the micro tactic. I just got my bow a year ago and started off with the cheap sight that came with it and when it got to the point I could not adjust my pins without them sliding in the least bit I decided to do my research and all the reviews are 100% correct.
Installing was a breeze and for the price it looks expensive.
Great innovation by CBE. All quality construction you can expect,from a high end sight. Bright pins, easy adjustments, oversized bubble. Perfect for the bowhunter who wants the best they can afford. Priced well under what you would expect from a sight of this caliber.
The Peak 5-Pin Sight gives you the sight picture of a single pin and the convenience of multiple pins with their Trophy Ridges exclusive Vertical In-Line Pin Technology. This design produces one of the clearest, most unobstructed views you will find in a multi-pin sight.
The Ballistix copolymer system on the Peak Sight has the strength of aluminum, but is 25% lighter. The soft touch Ballistix coating delivers added vibration reduction, guaranteeing a straighter, more accurate shot.
Tool-less micro windage and elevation adjustments are fast and easy. Features a glow-ring, level, and sight light for consistent stability, even in low-light conditions. The Peaks ultra-bright fiber optics are fully protected for long-lasting performance.
Ive always shot single pin never wanted anything else until I found this sight. No more aiming high or low. You can dial this thing inWith No problems I did remove the screws and put lock tight on all of them to keep them from coming loose.
Very unusual! If you take a look at the “bubble”, you will notice how low it is!! Even though you do not think that is an issue, it is a major issue. Because on long shots (60,70,80) your arrow hits the bubble housing.
The Trophy Ridge Volt 5-Pin Sight with Ultra-Bright Fiber Optic Pins cant be matched when it comes to performance-to-price. The Ballistic Co-Polymer sight hood gives user the protection they demand, while the extra length of fiber creates the brightest pins available.
The Volt 5-Pin Sight has laser etched features for precise adjustments. The Volt gives an incredible balance of price and user features that translate into big time success while in the field.
11. Axcel ArmorTech HD Sight – 5-Pin – .019 – Black
Armor Fiber Technology
Extreme-precision click-adjust windage and elevation
Second- and third-axis adjustable
The Armortech Hunting Sight was voted best buy winner, from Inside Archery Magazine, its very first year on the market. The windage knob fetures 20 clicks per revolution adjustability. To move the individual sight pin up or down, turn micro adjustment knob.
The sight pin pivot lock is engineered to not vibrate loose. Do not over tighten or damage will result. The engraved partial ring at depth of sight pins, is designed for greater accuracy when viewed slightly off center.
The Armor fiber technology provides 100% protection to fibers that are fully enclosed inside tubing. Includes a Mathews Harmonic Damper.
IšverstiShow in original languageBart at (boise Idaho Cabelas location/archery specialist) customer service was second to none. I had purchased a compound bow privately. I purchased the QAD rest and Axcel sight from Cabela’s, Bart set-up and dialed in the arrow rest and sight to absolute perfection.
Bart even took the time to redo work that was poorly done previously on the peep sight and d-nock/loop. Bart took the bow as his own and applied his quality of craftsmanship that was greatly appreciated.
In the future I will always have my questions and concerns, verified by Bart and corrected as guided by his council. Thank you for such an impressionable experience.
IšverstiShow in original languageThis is a well made solid sight. The fibers are totally contained so there is no chance of them getting broke or damaged. The fibers are wound up under a semi clear plastic housing which lets the light at them.
On certain light situations the obtics seem too bright but by partially covering the housing you can dim the brightness. I use black electrical tape. The windage and elevation adjustments are easy. Both have thumb screws to loosen the tension and knurled knobs to move the sight up or down and left to right.
I feel the thumb screws could have been left to an allen head so there wouldn’t be any chance for an accidental loosening once the sight is set. The pin adjustment isn’t as easy as it should be. When the pins are loosened they don’t move up or down very smoothly.
When you tighten the pin back up it moves again so it takes some more adjusting to get it set. If you want to rearrange the pin color sequence you have to send it back to the factory. It has to be taken all apart to do it.
IšverstiShow in original languageI have been debating between sights for a while. I own a Mathews Monster and wanted a very high quality sight that does what it should. Durability, craftsmanship, bright pins, and absolutely US made.
I found my sight with the new Armortech. For those of you who already know who makes quality archery accessories, TRU-Ball isn’t a strange name too you. This is a VERY high quality, well built and designed sight.
It holds up to the rigors of tracking through rough heavily wooded ares with it’s protected pins, and the fibers are nice and bright. I really can’t say enough about this sight, but what I can tell you is, you will not be disappointed.
Im just bummed I didn’t get it sooner! Money absolutely well spent.
The Joker 4 Sight from Trophy Ridge provides you with all the tools you need to make a hunt successful and worthwhile. Equipped with a green hood accent to ease sight acquisition and a bubble sight level for extra precision.
Reversible sight mount created for use with right- or left-handed bows. Constructed with aluminum bracketry and laser etched aluminum windage adjustments. Multiple mounting holes allow the Joker 3 to mount where it fits best for you.
Packed with the technology that is typically reserved for much higher-priced hunting sights, the Drive Slider sight features smooth, silent adjustments and limitless pin settings. The ultra-bright. 029″large vertical fiber optic pin easily narrows in on your target.
The indicator pin allows for ultra-precise alterations to compensate for various environmental conditions. The glo indicator tape helps maintain accuracy through low and changing light and the precision-installed bubble level properly aligns shots.
The included sight light adds the perfect amount of light to see each pin.
I prefer single-pin sights, and this one has proven quite nice, particularly for its very low price (I paid $44). The vertical adjustment is smooth (no micro-clicks). I have made marks on the blank tape for yardage, but a better solution would be to buy some pre-marked tapes from HHA or similar.
The windage adjustment requires a hex wrench to loosen a bolt permitting the bar holding the scope to slide, and there are no markings on the bar (but I used a pencil to make several easily-seen marks – not as elegant as laser-etched marks, but it works just fine).
The pin is. 029 and quite bright. I like the large dot, but if you like. 010 dots this sight probably is not for you. Overall, I am pleased with this sight – there certainly are more impressive sights available, but they cost a LOT more money.
Bought this for my sons bow. Doesn’t have all the bells and whistles, but for an entry level single pin sight it is great. Pin is very bright and easy to see. Moving it up and down isn’t the smoothest, but it gets the job done.
Also not sight tape, but for my son’s application it is fine as he is still growing and would have to change the sight tape all the time anyway. You can just use marks or print off a sight tape online.
I would recommend it for an economy single pin sight. Has made me consider an higher end Trophy Ridge when i need to replace my HHA down the road.
Versatile and lightweight, the Trophy Ridge Mist’s innovative design delivers high-performance and accuracy. The reversible sight mount has multiple mounting holes for added customizability. For both left- and right-hand bows and high or low anchor points, you will have unparalleled accuracy with micro-adjustable pins.
The green hood accent allows for quicker sight acquisition. Properly align shots with the precision installed bubble level. The three ultra-bright horizontal. 019 inch medium fiber optic pins provide ultimate visibility.
Left and right locking adjustment comes loose, only 4 mounting points on dovetail, pins fiberoptics dont get enough light exposure, level bubble is part of the sight ring(and not inside the sight ring, very bad placement) yardage indicator cannot be set all along the slider, not enough mounting points.
Individual pins “micro adjustment” is numb feeling and difficult to measure how much movement you are adding to pins position(lack of score marks). Had one other CBE sight before this one (TL7) and was a little better but also disappointing.
Left and right would walk and wife had to pain the sight ring fluorescent orange to make it consistent for locating in peep. The metal sight tapes are REALLY nice tho.
Love this sight!! I purchased the multi-pin sight after using the CBE single pin sight for target season. I found CBE’s sights to be incredibly well constructed. All the adjustments are easy and the distance indicator is made from metal as opposed to other sights which use sticker tape.
Single pin slider sight made of 100% aluminum featuring smooth, silent adjustments and limitless pin settings. Indicator pin is adjustable to allow for minor tweaks. Sight level allows for 2nd and 3rd axis adjustability.
Includes rheostat sight light and low light glow sight tape.
The entire main components are made of aluminum. The fiber glow very bright. In dim lit condition like under the tropical rain forest canopy, it is still bright enough. There is no distance mark label which you can either mark your own when you calibrate you bow, or buy one separate.
The sight ring is not too big and looks fitting on my Spyder 30. There is no adjusting knob for fine adjustment though. To adjust, you have to carefully slide pointer after loosening the tightening knob (golden).
Problem with the know is that you do not unscrew it too much or the hex head would protrude too much and will touch your bow frame. You just have to open it quarter turn in my case.
This is my first single pin sight and I love the ease and convenience it brings. I would have rated it a 5 if the vertical mounting bracket would have had one more adjustment screw setting. For me I had to use only one screw vice two for securing the vertical sight bracket because I had to raise it up due to my height and peep sight placement.
That is probably just nit picky but for me it made a minor difference in my opinion. All other adjustments are great and more than satisfactory. Light weight and easy to see. The optics are great and the level easy to see.
I wanted to try a one pin sight so I tried this one because it was a reasonable price compared to most others. I was very impressed with quality and of course how accurate it was. The only flaw with this rest is it doesn’t come with sight tapes.
HHA or Covert sight tapes will work for it. The fiber optics are the best I have ever seen and the optional light works like a charm with easy brightness adjustment. Over all I believe this sight will stay on my bow for seasons to come.
Features reduced vibration while maintaining lightweight strength with Ballistic CoPolymer construction. Mathematical precision of React Technology automatically adjusts all pins to the optimal location.
Make easy corrections with advanced tool-less micro-click windage and elevation adjustments. Strengthen accuracy over longer distances with second-axis adjustment. Adjust brightness to suit any shooting condition with the rheostat light.
This was the first sight I ever bought brand new and I have no regrets. A very straight forward mount and pin adjustment to get started, and sighting in the pins really is that simple and accurate. Comes in very handy if you’re the type to have several different arrow setups and varying weights throughout the year.
Just a couple shots to re-zero your pin gaps and you’re off and running again with ALL pins on point. This sight does offer all the necessary sighting in necessities including 3rd axis and bubble level, but isn’t over the top as far as bells and whistles and keeps it relatively simple for the average shooter/hunter or someone who just wants a good sight to get the job done.
The pins are bright and very visible in all sorts of lighting conditions and I haven’t been anywhere where I felt a rheostat light was even necessary. Other options that I now prefer in my sights would bump this one to a higher price point, and those would be more pin size options and a more rigid body and housing.
I’ve recently noticed that when I have it mounted to my bow that it appears to bend slightly out away from the riser, not straight and inline like it should be. Also I may run into consistency issues due to the body’s ability to “flex” and bend with pressure.
Not that I plan on pushing it against a tree or something when I shoot, but more of if I have it’s stored in a case or something has been resting on it for a while or even temperature variations that allow for contraction or expansion of the sight and the amount of which it bows and flexes.
And yes, you can see the mounting arm of the body flex and bend if you push on it. Like I said it’s a good sight for the price point, but I still question sacrificing rigidity in the housing and body for having a lighter weight sight.
In the class this sight is in I give it a solid 4 stars only losing the 5th star due to the flexing of the body and limiting the overall consistency and repeatability.
First time on my bow to sight in, adjustment screw broke after not even 1/4 turn. The sight is made out of cheap, weak parts. I was told to contact Bear Archery. After contacting Bear, they wanted me to ship it to them.
It took 4 emails arguing I am not paying to ship the Sight to them to fix. They finally agreed to pay for shipping. They have had my sight for a month and a half. I have emailed them several times asking when my sight will be back.
They take 2-3 days to respond to the e-mails, if they even respond. They say “yes, we have your sight and are working on it. ” It is deer season and I do not have a sight on my bow. a reputable company would send you a new sight with the return of the old.
This will be the last Trophy Ridge/ Bear Archery product I will purchase.
In general this appeared to be a well build site and a good value for the money. Unfortunately, one of the small tabs on the back of the pins that holds the fiber in place was broken off. The sharp edge was cutting into the fiber.
I think it is a good sight if you get one that didn’t have problems. Quality control shouldn’t have let mine out the door. Dicks returned it for me OK, but I lost my $10 reward I redeemed when I bought it for no fault of my own.
When is Dicks going to change that ridiculous policy of not refunding your rewards when you return something bought with them?.
Tool-less micro click windage and elevation adjustments
Right handed use
Combining react technology with all of the features of a high end target sight, the React One Pro from Trophy Ridge innovates what a single pin adjustable sight can do. Fast and precise, the React One Pro is a dependable choice year after year, hunt after hunt.
The React technology is effective from 330-265 fps and fiber optic yardage indicators are included to help you achieve precision. Offers versatile tool-less micro-click windage and elevation adjustments.
IšverstiShow in original languageI purchased this sight about 2 weeks ago. I put it on my Elite Valor and sighted it in using the speed setting. ON THE MONEY, all the way out to 100yds (max I can do before hitting the scope).
I was amazed. I purchased a new Elite EnVison last week and put the sight on that bow. Since I had not Cronoed the Envision, I used the yardage settings to sight it in. This is when my problems started, I for the life of me could not get it to sight in.
I sighted in at 20, then thirty, then went to 50 and ended up shooting over the target. I got very frustrated. Now, I knew the sight was good, I saw it, it worked flawlessly on my Valor. I knew I was missing something but could not figure it out.
The sighting in instructions are rather long and there are several steps where you must press, press and hold, press and hold for X number of flashes etc. I knew this is where my issue was. So, had my wife read the procedures and I completed each task step by step.
Eureka, it worked. I went back through the steps and realized I missed the very last step at the 30 yard distance. You must hit set with two flashes twice to save your settings. Now, it hits right on the mark out to 100yds.
as long as the archer does everything right which is about 40% of the time. So, final thoughts, this is a terrific sight, it does what it advertises. My recommendation, have someone help when going through the procedures so you don’t miss any steps.
Each one is crucial to setting your sight correctly. Keep’em in the middle folks.
IšverstiShow in original languageI have this sight equipped on my bow and the thing I love most about the sight is the ease of sighting in and the ability to literally make adjustments on the shooting line to compensate for changes such as arrow weight or changes in peak draw weight poundage on the fly without the headaches.
The adjustment knob the move the single pin is also retains great tension as it isn’t too hard too turn and you don’t have to worry about it moving free on. You when it isn’t supposed to. No need to struggle finding the right sight tape or have to constantly try to finesse non micro adjustable pins into place to the perfect position.
The only improvement I’d like to see upon react technology is a listed FPS range on the about Info on packaging and website to let potential buyers know if arrow speed would be a limiting factor on if the sight would work with their particular bow set up.
I cannot wait to see what Trophy Ridge comes up with next for bow sights. I’m Crossing my fingers that a sight like their React Trio Pro where all three pins remain in play will hopefully be in the works!.
IšverstiShow in original languageThe trophy ridge react technology is unbelievably accurate with this sight. Being left handed, my options are limited, however Trophy Ridge always seems to have the answer for me.
I’ve used there products for the past dozen years now, with tremendous success. I’ve always looked for a single pin sight, as it’s my preference. This sight can be fine tuned to match your needs. My only complaint would be the sight housing is a touch too small but after shooting the react one pro for awhile now, I’ve gotten used to it.
I’d love to see this sight available with the dovetail bracket for us lefty’s tho. All in all, highly recommended. Great built quality that will last and can take the abuse of the day to day shooter.
For stronger accuracy and durability on your next archery hunt, turn to the TruGlo Storm 3-Pin 0. 029″ Fiber Optic Archery Sight. The Storm features durable, bright fiber-wrapped pins, a large aperture and durable, CNC-machined aluminum construction.
This makes the black sight one of the best values in TruGlo’s lineup. Use this sight when you want to stabilize your aim and fire at your target while on a hunt. You can practice with arrows and a bullseye board, or while out on a hunt.
Made as good as the PSE branded one that came on my bow, this has the smaller pin diameter is the only reason for the swap. The led light is going to be useless, it really only lights the first pin due to the angle and the fact it’s a blue led.
They should have made it white light and it should be pointed toward the fibers at the base straight down instead at the pin heads at an angle. All in all it’s a good budget sight.
Combining react technology with all of the features of a high end target sight the React One Pro from Trophy Ridge innovates what a single pin adjustable sight can do. Fast and precise the React One Pro is a dependable choice year after year hunt after hunt.
The React technology is effective from 330-265 fps and fiber optic yardage indicators are included to help you achieve precision. Offers versatile tool-less micro-click windage and elevation adjustments.
In conclusion, a compound bow hunting sight is a great tool that can help you to be a more successful hunter. It can help you to be more accurate with your shots, and it can also help you to see your target better.
If you are serious about hunting, then you should definitely consider getting a compound bow hunting sight.