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HHA Sports Optimizer-Lite Ultra DS-XL5519 Bow Sight

   

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The DS-XL5519 features an impressive six feet of .019" fiber-optic material giving you the ultimate target acquisition system for low light or distance shooting. 2" sight housing with yellow sight ring. Adjustable rheostat for adjusting pin brightness in any light. Weight: 11 oz. Right hand only.
Manufacturer model #: DS-XL5519.

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Will not be sorry! This sight is by far the best constructed and most accurate single pin I have ever owned, period! March 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by best single pin made This sight is of very high quality.This is an amazing sight, its accurate,quiet, and rock solid. The only drawback is that sighting in takes a little while, but if you take youe time and get it dialed in correctly this sight is dead on from 10 - 80 yrds with a fast bow, out to 60yrds with a slower one. Its the perfect combo for my Mathews Creed October 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Outstanding Sight One common complaint with single pin sights is not being able to adjust at full draw. This could be a problem unless you are shooting one of the faster bows (300+ fps) on the market today. I shoot a Mathews Monster with this sight and there's not much adjusting anyway from 10-40 yards or typical hunting distances. I usually set my sight at 30 yards when hunting so when that bruiser comes walking by and I panic and forget to adjust my sight first it won't matter. If he's standing at 12 yards I'll be an inch high. If he's at 45 I'll be an inch low. Either way I still catch lung or heart and hang him on my wall. I also like that I have the option to shoot at 80+ yards. Practicing at those distances will show every flaw in your shooting form. Tighten your shot groups at 90 yards and 20 yards seems almost too easy. That builds confidence in your shooting ability so when that moment of truth arrives you won't second guess yourself. September 3, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good product Works well on hoyt rampage. Mounted easily. sight in quicklye September 25, 2012
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No, They offer a left handed model
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No it cannot be converted, but you can purchase a left hand model
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I would say use a larger peep. The peep sight should make a perfect circle inline with the sight housing just like you were adjusting the eye relief of a rifle scope
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I have a peep with a rubber/silicon cord that always lines up my peep. If you are having problems you may want to try this type. I have the HHA 5519 sight and I've had no problems using this type of set-up. Hope this helps.
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take to dealer or bass pro.
have someone with marker stand next to you, pull back bow w/ eyes closed and anchor your bow, now open eyes , you should see right thru peep if not have assitant mark string in front of you eye this is where peep nneds to be!
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worth the money?

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is this sight really worth 240$
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IMHO...Absolutely
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Their are cheaper sights on the market but why put a $50 sight on a $1000 bow other sights are similar but with less features and sighting in with others is just guessing this sight is pinpoint accuracy at its best besides if you want quality you have to pay for it
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nope buy a spott hogg,, or buy a sight that at full draw you can aim for different yardages
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I tink so. Very well constructed and great in the field. Easy to set up and really accurate.
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I used the sight for about 2 seasons now. I feel it was worth the money. It is very solid and easy to use. It gathers alot of light with the 10 feet of fiber optics. It is great when you can range an animal dial in the sight and let the arrow fly. I really like the one pin system. I ranged and shot a nice buck at 46 yrds this year. Hope this helps.
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The newer models (2012 and newer) go out to 80 yrds. Yes, HHA does make a "Blue Light" for it. It attaches to the top of the "Ring" and lights the fiber optic from there.
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This sight max range is 80 yards depending on your set up, you can also purchase a blue burst light from HHA but the 6 ft of fiber optic is plenty bright enough but the light is a nice addition
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yes 0-60 on the sight tapes, dont think mine has a place to put a light on it.
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I really doubt you will need a light, this sight is very bright and I have hunted with it in the evening. Now if you are somewhere that you can hunt at night that is different, but even with moonlight this sight is bright enough to shoot.

The sight does not have markings beyond 60 yards on the tapes but depending on your mounting you may be able to add a mark beyond the 60 mark on the tape.

I admit, I am not good enough to take game that far out, I really rarely shoot beyond 45 yards but if you are that good you might be able to add another 5 or 10 yard mark depending on the speed of your bow.

The slower your bow the longer the distance between marks so you could run out of travel. They also give you some blank tapes so you could set up your own markings. I am shooting a Bowtech Allegiance with this sight and there is room to add another 10 yard mark at the end of the tape I think.
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And I'm planning to upgrade maybe next year to a Rezen will this fit
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You should be able to use the sight.
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how do i set this sight up?

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i read the instructions and did exactly as told..but to sight my bow in for twenty yards i must place the scope on the second to last hole... it works fine until i go out to sixty yards and set it up because when i turn the dial and lower the sight to make my arrow shooter higher it makes the scope to low to allow the fletchens on arrows to shoot with hitting does anyone know how to fix this or know if i may have done something wronge?
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F you are shooting a lower poundage bow or heavy arrows then it's going to take more energy to get to 60 yards but their is a 20 to 40 yard sight in instructions that's what I done with my wife's bow and it's a tack driver at 45
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There are two potential fixes that I found. You can loosen the center bolt in the wheel and adjust the zero point up for 20 yards, this is the best way. It will give you more travel towards 60 yards.

you can also shoot 30 yards and 40 yards and try the tape making sure you pick one that matches at those distances, then see if you can dial in the other distances accurately.

Finally, and you won't like this answer, your anchor point is probably too high to begin with. If you change your anchor point (And therefore your peep) you will get it zeroed in as is. I actually found this was the best solution and made me more accurate anyway.
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Call 1-800-548-7812
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Do all needed components for attaching a Quiver come in the package?
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I have a one pice Octane quiver and all the hardware I needed was there. I needed to use a couple of standoffs that were provided.
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Yes it comes with the quiver mounting bracket, mounts in the same place as most other sights. Very nice sight and high quality.
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