Trophy Ridge Pursuit 1-Pin Bow Sight

$84.99
Trophy Ridge Pursuit 1-Pin Bow Sight - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

With one pin, the Trophy Ridge ® Pursuit ™ Slider Sight produces smooth, silent adjustments and limitless pin settings. Thanks to the adjustable indicator pin, you can make small tweaks necessary for varying weather conditions. The Pursuit ™ Slider features Delrin ® bushings, a rheostat sight light, low-light indicator tape, an ultra bright .019 fiber optic pin and a sight level.
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FEATURES:

  • Adjustable indicator pin for precise adjustments
  • Delrin ® bushings: smooth, quiet movement with no metal-to-metal contact
  • Rheostat sight light provides visibility of pins in a range of conditions
  • Ultra Bright .019 Fiber Optic Pin
  • Sight level with third axis adjustability
  • Front fiber optic ring uses up every bit of available light
  • Contrast Glo Ring with special distribution technology for effortless peep aligning
  • Sight light housing accepts exclusive Trophy Ridge ® Rheostat Sight Light and directs the light through the fiber optics
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 12546853

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome Sweet sight, I wouldn't recommend for a beginner because changing your yardages in the field is one more thing to be conscious of however, this sight is amazing, single 0.19 pin your vision isn't all blurred up with a rainbow of pins. Once you get the hang of these sights you'll never want a multi-pin sight again. April 2, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by 1 Star Rating Says All After spending the time to set it up accurately I found it was annoying to constantly be adjusting the pin. In the field it becomes less practical as you have to site in the animal then go and adjust the pin. Overall wouldn't recommend this for a practical hunter. May 10, 2012
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