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Apex Gear Bone Collector Tundra Bow Sight


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.019"/4 Pin
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The Apex Gear™ Bone Collector® Tundra Bow Sight features ultra-lightweight (only 3.6 oz.) composite construction, with 4 protected .019" pins with an innovative design that improves sight picture and protects fibers. Aperture has 1.8" inner diameter. Glow-in-the-dark shooter's ring. Micro pushbutton light included. Includes level. Ambidextrous.
Manufacturer model #: BC1204CF.

  • Ultra-lightweight composite construction
  • Weights only 3.6 oz.
  • Four protected .019" pins
  • Innovative design improves sight picture and protects fibers
  • Aperture has 1.8" inner diameter
  • Glow-in-the-dark shooter's ring
  • Micro pushbutton light included
  • Includes level
  • Ambidextrous
Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by TERRIBLE!!!! Dont waste your time or money on this sight. This is the worst sight I have ever seen/used. Cheap plastic that wont hold up to bow shock i.e. pins move when firing and windage/elevation wont stay put. In my opinion you can do better. August 10, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by who needs extras I got this sight for a 35 yr old jennings and the sight itself works really well once sighted in. But the extras on it have issues. My level fell off after about a month but i never used it. And the shooters ring began to peel a little but I fixed that with super glue. Also from inside a blind, I feel like the light is way too visible when turned on. All in all, you get what you pay for. I have a sight that works really well and came with a bunch of stuff on it that it didnt need anyway. May 14, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Looks Great But.... I originally bought this sight because I went to the hindsight system and needed the brighter pin feature. For that it does deliver. This sight looks great on the bow but if you frustrate easy it can be a real hassle. Fine tuning is a hair pulling experience when trying to move it along the slide groves in miniscule amounts. It sticks and when it does move it jumps a half inch when all you want is 1/16th. It does not have marker lines so "going back to the point it slid from" is not possible. I was thinking of putting a little graphite on it but before I got a chance my bow slid to the ground when I leaned it along the corner of my dresser and wall while I was getting ready to go shoot and though the screw was torqued it still knocked the sight off so I am not adding the graphite if it already knocks off that easily. This is a "get what you pay for sight" so if you want and great look and dont mind the aggrivation then by all means buy it but I assure you my next sight will be better selected. August 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Beginner Bow Hunter I'm trying to get into bow hunting, been gun hunting my whole life. Living on a budget, so found an old 1985 Hoyt Pro hunter for $50. Took it to Bass Pro, got peep sight, this sight, and a whisker biscuit put on. The guy at Bass pro helped me sight it in for 10 yards. Took it home, and shot at 20. Was a little to the left, so moved it slightly, and it was dead on. Put an arrow through another arrow on the third shot. I'm no expert, so this thing is easy and accurate, especially when looking at the prices of the other sights. August 15, 2011
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How does the light stay on? Does it click on, or does it twist to turn on?
1 year, 5 months ago
 - Virginia
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It clicks on, It illuminates the top pin more then the others but its better then no light at all.
11 months ago
 - Northern Kentucky
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Micro push-button light, turn on when you want it on.
1 year, 5 months ago
 - Springfield, MO
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