Single pin sights

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  1. buckdeer1

    buckdeer1 Well-Known Member

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    I have always shot multi pi sights but was wondering how many shoot the singles and how they like which brand.
     
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    I’ve always shot Soot Hogg 5 or 7 pin sights. This is my first full season with a single pin slider. I’m shooting a Montana Black Gold Ascent Verdict with the Mathews integrated dove tail. So far so good, most of my shots are under 25 these days so not having fixed pins hasn’t been an issue.


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    Times two on the black gold, best sight that I have ever had. I love the single pin, shoot your bow enough to know what it’s doing. I set it on 30 and forget it. I know what it’s doing at 20 and 40 so I’m good for 99 percent of my shots. If I’m feeling frisky and he is out there a little bit , I can just crank it to what is needed.
     
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    Thanks thats why i was asking most of my shots are also 30 and under so that is basically my 20 yard pin but thinking I may be able to take the confusion in the heat of the moment out of it.Do these have a place for site light.I use one in bale blind
     
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    Possible confusion is exactly why I shot fixed pins for so long. I shot a buck on the 22nd and slid my pin to 25 then quickly back to 20. It wasn’t an issue but there’s always a chance. For treestand hunting you’re probably better off understanding holds for 30 and closer but it’s nice to have the option to move the pin if there’s an opportunity.


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