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Bowhunter friendly sights

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I am thinking of getting a new sight for my bow and i don't know what to get. The problem that i have is that the sight that i have the pins seem to be to large, i belive they are 0.30 and i'am looking for a good sight with pins around 0.19 to fine tune my distance shoots, but i would like to keep it in the range of $100.00 to $150.00. CAN ANYONE HELP ME! please give me pros and cons if you can please.

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Try the HOT DDDOOOTTT by summit. You can adjust the light to make it thick or thin. It is a pretty cool sight. Plus you can have up to 6 pins and a pendulem for stand hunting. I should get mine in a week and give a update on it. It is like a RED DDDDOOOTTT scope but smarter.

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There are many great sights on the market. I have been using a 1 pin hha adjustable for the past 2 years awesome sight! This year I decided to go with a multi pin sight. I went with the new G5 optix line. Another that I really liked was the Black gold. There are so many great sights. Go to a good archery store or even Gander Mountain. Pick someting in your price range you most likely will be happy.

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I bought a Sword Apex Twilight Hunter and love it. I think I payed about $90 for it. My 10/20 yard pin is .029 and the other three pins are .019. I would definately check it out.

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I am a big fan of my Trophy Ridge Micro Matrix Guide Series.

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Thanks guys I was at an auction or the weekend and got a trophy ridge matrix for $50.00 was it a good deal?

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Steal. I bought mine from an ebay seller last winter for $85.00. At the time, they retailed for $120.00.

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