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Newbie looking for target sight

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Alright guys, heres what I am looking for. I just started my first league shooting and am finding that my hunting sight really is not all the great for target shooting. I see a lot of the big time shooters with the 4x sights and all that [PoorWordUsage]. I don't need anything that spectacular. All I am looking for is a good single pin sight (its only for 20 yds). If you guys have any advice for me, I would greatlly appreciate it.

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you could remove all your pins except one?... I myself like my scope and fun stuff... But there are a lot of good sights on the market.. I have a Sure Loc on my Target bow and really like it... I have a Copper John Dead Nuts for hunting and 3D.. really like it too.

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Like deitz said you could just remove all of your pins and save some money. if you do want to get a new sight they do make sights that have just one pin and is not a scope. currently i have a viper scope on mine and love it but i dont shoot anymore and am trying to get rid of the whole setup

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I do have an old sight that I took all the pins but one off and it seems to be ok. I was curious though about those hot dot sights or some of those holographic sights. I like the idea of those since thats what I had on my m-4 in Iraq and it is also the sight I have on my home AR. You guys have any opinions on those?

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