Yardage dial for rapid adjustment from 20–60 yards
Yellow sight ring provides quick target acquisition
Includes 44 color-coded, computer-generated yardage tapes to accommodate any setup
1-5/8" sight housing
CNC machined-aluminum 1-pin sight features 3' of .019" fiber-optic material and a yardage dial for rapid adjustment from 20–60 yards. Yellow sight ring provides quick target acquisition. Micro-adjustable windage. Includes 44 color-coded, computer-generated yardage tapes to accommodate any setup. 1-5/8" sight housing. Weight: 10 oz. Color: Black. Right-hand only.
Rated 5 out of 5 by BigCreekHunter You get what you pay for!
As far as bow sights go, I would bet and say this is the best in every category. There is no plastic on this sight. Built like a tank, definately quality in this product. Sighting it in is very easy. Set your windage around 15 yards... sight in at 20 then at 60... subtract the two numbers and that is the number tape you would use. Anything between 20 yards and 60 yards will be dead on.... very cool and fun to shoot. No clutter with 5 pins, just one pin. I would highly recommend this product to anyone. A little pricey, but well worth the money. It also looks very nice.
August 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Smackdown Best sight I've used in 24 Years of Archery!
Best all around sight I have used ever. I use for hunting and target shooting. Very well built and HHA's customer service and technical support was / is the BEST. I have past experience in the Archery industry and they are TOP NOTCH and Made in the USA. I would highly SUGGEST purchasing HHA's Light for low light conditions. Very bright During day, However, the light helps Tremendously under that last minute light...the time we all need it. I listened to their Customer service Rep. on this light and it was the best decission I made ..along with the sight purchase. Yardage tapes are "crazy" accurate. If your going to spend this much on a sight, then spend $7.00 and get a sight cover to protect your investment in the field. I set mine for 25 yards while hunting, most average distance, and if the game is farther out, I have time to easily adjust the one pin...no more confusing pins. I also practice while in the stand on game, I'm not going to shoot at, to create muscle memory and instinctively train myself to adjust and be ready for MOJO. Hope this helps.
May 21, 2010