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Just wanted to let everyone know that Moog and I met up and I got the sight from him. Just like he said it was, I just have to get it on the bow and shoot it a bit now and maybe replace the rest.

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you should find the housing sleeve really nice for adjusting pin brightness as it approaches sun up to last light or other way around. be sure to use blue lock tight on the hardware.

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3 hours ago, dbHunterNY said:

you should find the housing sleeve really nice for adjusting pin brightness as it approaches sun up to last light or other way around. be sure to use blue lock tight on the hardware.

Housing sleeves?

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12 hours ago, Sir-diealot said:

Housing sleeves?

rheostat... whatever you want to call it.... the circular pin guard or sight housing has fiber optic wrapped around it with an outer portion of the housing that is adjustable to cover or uncover that wrapped fiber to decrease or increase pin brightness with changing conditions. it's important because a pin too bright can drown out your target in low light or create a halo or star burst effect. it's the best system i've used to adjust pin brightness and i've used them all. i've done the DIY redneck electrical tape fix to cover fiber and then even used a digital push button adjustable brightness controller with battery power fiber optic light. 

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rheostat... whatever you want to call it.... the circular pin guard or sight housing has fiber optic wrapped around it with an outer portion of the housing that is adjustable to cover or uncover that wrapped fiber to decrease or increase pin brightness with changing conditions. it's important because a pin too bright can drown out your target in low light or create a halo or star burst effect. it's the best system i've used to adjust pin brightness and i've used them all. i've done the DIY redneck electrical tape fix to cover fiber and then even used a digital push button adjustable brightness controller with battery power fiber optic light. 
Okay thank you, I did not know about that, O found instruction's on their website but it was late so I decided to read them when I get home today.

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