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    Take a look at Montana Black Gold. They have some great sights.

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    7 pins for one anyone that antelope hunts and practices with there equipment knows its nice to be able to shoot long range archery. Pins are very well lit, visible, its durable I've had mine since 2010 have never had a malfunction, and im not all that nice on my hunting equipment. Pins for no reason will come loose and move on you. When you need to adjust the adjustments are fairly simple. Rather then a roll sight which is popular these days there is no adjustment needed, I prefer standard pins for quick aiming.

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    Can't go wrong with Spot Hogg. I've been shooting the Cameron Hanes 7 pin Hogg-It with dovetail slide and the Hunter with a 3 pin head and interchangeable 5 pin depending on my needs.

    Have been looking to try one of their adjustable sights in a base and put my 3 pin head on it.
    Heli M Lost / Heli M Tactical
    Spot Hogg-It 7 Pin / Spot Hogg Hunter 3 or 5 pin
    B-Stinger Hunter Extreme Lost / Black
    QAD XD Lost / Black
    Carbon Express Aramid KV 350 / Blue Streak Select 350

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    I have the trophy ridge react 5 pin on my hoyt factor 30. I really like this sight very easy to set up & dial in!!

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    I would go with Spott-hogg, i have shot their fixed pin 5,and the cam 7 pin,now shooting the tommy hogg,all sights from spott-hogg are tough,and the customer service is great!

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    I shoot the Tru Glow 8 pin Extreme, because it is the only sight I could find with eight pins, and I could not beat the price. I have had them on my bow since 2010 with absolutely no issues.

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    Man these are expensive but totally worth it. I shoot the CBE tek hybrid 5 pin. I can shoot all the way out to 130yds. I know most don't shoot that far but it helps when you get to 60 and under. It's looks like a chip shot then. Awesome sight.


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    I know that its a little more money, but I am actually a huge fan of the spott hog. Its been the best one i have had on a cpl bows over the years

 

 

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