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New single pin sight

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I bought a used apex covert pro single pin sight today. My first single pin,i hope i like it. This one seems neat since the pin sits on crosshairs and you can dial up the brightness and change color on it. I hope it doesn't take forever to arrive by mail.

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I've been using that sight for 3 years now. I'll never go back to a multipin. The only downside is if it raining or snowing the lens can get covered/hard to see through. Put some scope antifog/window wax on there. Love the sight!

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I tried single pin, went back to 5 pin. Just what I am.use to and tried and true. Good luck with it.


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I adjust to change pretty well. I like the idea of a smaller pin and for most of my hunting i wont even have to adjust it i think. Set it for 23 or so and i should be good from 10 to 30. I have a 4 pin sight now,but the screws on it are getting rusty and it is entry level sight that is 5 or six years old now. 

I may need some optics at some point,my vision is not improvong and this sight is set up for it.

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I trade my spot hogg sight this winter for a HHA optimizer single pin.....will set it up this summer as a backup hunting rig.

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6 minutes ago, BowmanMike said:

I may need some optics at some point,my vision is not improvong and this sight is set up for it.

I switched over to a single pin, .10, only one blurry pin instead of five. I love it, I don’t recall what mine is. 

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I have been shooting a single pin Copper John sight for the past 20 years.  It’s a great sight and work’s well for me. Good hunting 

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I have the sight installed and i like it a lot. I was nervous about finding the right tape because my bow is slow with the heavy arrows i am shooting,but there was a match. It was easy to sight in and the sight picture is amazing.

I can follow my arrow through the sight until it hits the target,that was impossible before with my four pin sight. Big improvement. I am curious to see if it will improve my 3d scores. 

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b3edcf8748a6c5f35736ae297b5a13c3.jpg Just got the Garmin. Very cool technology. Pain in the arse to set up, but once ya got it, it’s awesome.


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I've had my trophy ridge react for 2 years and I'll never go back to a multi pin.  I set it for 25yrds so I'm good from 0-30.  My brother just bought one as well. Not sure which one he got.

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I adjust to change pretty well. I like the idea of a smaller pin and for most of my hunting i wont even have to adjust it i think. Set it for 23 or so and i should be good from 10 to 30. I have a 4 pin sight now,but the screws on it are getting rusty and it is entry level sight that is 5 or six years old now. 
I may need some optics at some point,my vision is not improvong and this sight is set up for it.

Be sure and get in a stand and shoot a target at inside ten yards, you may want to aim low with the pin at 23. I try to remember to aim where I want it to exit on the real close shots


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21 hours ago, The_Real_TCIII said:


Be sure and get in a stand and shoot a target at inside ten yards, you may want to aim low with the pin at 23. I try to remember to aim where I want it to exit on the real close shots


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You are right,I should. I have not shot real close with this sight. If i remember correctly things don't change much with this bow up close though.

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After 20 years I still use a Truglo single pin pendulum set at 25 yds. Go from 10-35 yds 


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I have a TruGlo Range Rover single pin sight on two dirrerent bows . I prefer the single pin over the multi pin sights .

 



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