Apex Gear™ Micro Push-Button Bow Sight Light

   

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Bow Light

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Black
  • Includes adapters
  • Fits a variety of bow sights
  • Push-button operation

Blue LED micro light includes adapters to fit 3/8"–32, 3/8"–36, and 7/16"–20. Fits sights by TRUGLO®, Spot-Hogg®, PSE®, Trophy Ridge®, and more. Easy push-button operation. Runs on one SR60 battery (included).

Manufacturer model #: AG451B.

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by good product easy to use. adds 15 minutes to my hunt. maybe a little too bright. i might try to dim it down with a sharpie marker or some color acitate. October 12, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Got lite Just what I was looking for, a Bright sight lite, had reostat before with a lot of problems with brightness.This light is the brightest out there. Good buy. May 1, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by DO NOT BUY Light lasted me less than a week. Started by getting stuck on and now will not come on at all. Tried changing batteries, not the problem. November 1, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by bright the light is nice but the sight could be made alittle different so it doesnt glow out of it and just thye pins light up. otherwise the light is nice works good for me October 31, 2011
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may have left switch on, also how to change battery and where to buy it.
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Unscrew the light. its a simple battery to install. small battery you can buy anywhere. Jewelry batt.
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This will not work for the HHA sights. They use a ¼”-20 thread for the lights.
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The apex sight light comes with several mounting adapters. If you sight has a screw in location for the light it probably will work.
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Change out the push button to a select switch that adjusts. Make sure its on the pins lower section not shinning in the main pin area. You want it to shine on the tails of the pins not the pin itself. If your pins are old change them...
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Yes. I cut a piece of black electrical tape with a hole punch for paper, then took a small diameter wire (about 1/16 inch) heated it and melted a small hole in the center of the piece tape. It did not quite cover the dome completely, so I used a black permanent marker to color the area the tape did not cover.
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Didn;t have that problem. Try coating it with a light color marker to dim the light
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 - Woodstown, NJ
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dont have a problem with that works well. but no dimming feature
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I don't think there is a way to dim the light because it only has one setting (push button on/off). However when I have shot my bow at night for target practice, I haven't had any problem seeing my target. It's only a matter if you can't actually see what you're shooting at. I've shot at a deer using the sight and could see the doe just fine in dim light through my sight picture, however I missed her due to my error... Hope that helps
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No way to dim but inside 15 yards it is great
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not on my bow it dosent i guess you could cover part of it with tare but thers no dimmer
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