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    Question IQ Bowsight

    Does anybody have any experience with one of these things? I am playing around with the idea of going back to a multi pin sight and this concept intrigues me a bit.

    It's not that I want anything else to think about when I am shooting an animal but in theory I can see where it would be helpful for practice....particularly if a person is a little rusty in their shooting.

    Any thoughts or experience here?

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    I think when hunting it is just too much stuff to make sure that everything is lined-up. the level, the IQ eye, and then your pin. Thats just my opinion
    Mathews Switchback XT- Toxonics 5 pin - Trophy Taker Pronghorn - Mathews Quiver – FMJ Axis 340
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    Mathews Drenalin LD-Spot-Hogg Hogg-it 5 pin-Vapor Trail drop-away- Gold Tip Pro X Cutters

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    I think it is nothing more than a bubble, IMO. Probably not worth the extra bucks.

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    I pretty much gave up on the idea of switching to a multi pin sight but thanks for the input. The bow is shooting well so why mess with it. I had to take a picture of this group from the first three arrows from tonights practice.

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