I have always shot multi pi sights but was wondering how many shoot the singles and how they like which brand.
I am 180 degrees from you on this buckdeer1:
Prior to 25 years back I shot recurve instinctive for whitetail, bear, moose and elk. The last 25 years I have shot a compound with single pin HHA sight, exclusively for whitetail hunting. It has worked well for me over those years.
Recently I purchased a new compound bow and decided to give a multi-pin a try as I want to give "finally bagging my first elk" a renewed try as I enter retirement (I never was successful with the recurve).
The multi-pin is an Axcel Landslyde 3-pin. I went with the smaller .010 (vs .019) pin size on all 3 pins. I wish I would have had this smaller pin size on my HHA single pin.
I am not yet convinced the multi-pin is the right way to go. Time will tell. Compared to the single-pin no-peep setup I had with the HHA I really don't like the clutter of the extra pins on the visual field, especially since I am now using a peep for the first time. Initially, this setup seems very constraining, distractive and unnatural, but I need to give it more time.
I may end up stripping it down to a 2-pin or 1-pin as I get more time with it and figure out what my preferences end up being. Assuming there will be a substantial distanceXaccuracy gain with the peep I will likely keep it in the configuration, otherwise I will drop it and add a nose button.