Axcel Armortech HD 7-Pin Bow Sight
Armortech HD Sight
I have been debating between sights for a while. I own a Mathews Monster and wanted a very high quality sight that does what it should. Durability, craftsmanship, bright pins, and absolutely US made. I found my sight with the new Armortech. For those of you who already know who makes quality archery accessories, TRU-Ball isn't a strange name too you. This is a VERY high quality, well built and designed sight. It holds up to the rigors of tracking through rough heavily wooded ares with it's protected pins, and the fibers are nice and bright. I really can't say enough about this sight, but what I can tell you is, you will not be disappointed. Im just bummed I didn't get it sooner! Money absolutely well spent.
October 15, 2009
Really great sight . Easy to mount and get it sighted in . A great light for this sight is the apex push button . The light is all contained inside the sight houseing . It took me about 15 minutes to sight this in on my Bowmadness . Micro adjustments are a great and solid .
January 29, 2010
This is a well made solid sight. The fibers are totally contained so there is no chance of them getting broke or damaged. The fibers are wound up under a semi clear plastic housing which lets the light at them. On certain light situations the obtics seem too bright but by partially covering the housing you can dim the brightness. I use black electrical tape. The windage and elevation adjustments are easy. Both have thumb screws to loosen the tension and knurled knobs to move the sight up or down and left to right. I feel the thumb screws could have been left to an allen head so there wouldn't be any chance for an accidental loosening once the sight is set. The pin adjustment isn't as easy as it should be. When the pins are loosened they don't move up or down very smoothly. When you tighten the pin back up it moves again so it takes some more adjusting to get it set. If you want to rearrange the pin color sequence you have to send it back to the factory. It has to be taken all apart to do it. Other than the pin adjusting it is a great sight.
August 15, 2010