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Vertical in-line pin sights?

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What are your opinions/experiences with these types of sights?

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I got to try them... there is give and take... You get to see more of the animal.. which is nice... but I had a harder time gap shooting... Because yourpin holder then covers up the area you area aiming at... I am back to shooting a horiz.pins.

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I have them and love them. Trophy Ridge Micro Matrix Guide series.

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That's the same exact sight I was looking at getting. How do you like their products? I was thinking of getting a dropzone rest also.

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Haven't tried them but I would think as Deitz said that gap shooting would be different.

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I love my sight, but it is the only Trophy Ridge product I own.

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