RedHead® Kryptik 3-Pin Bow Sights
Advanced all-aluminum lightweight design with easy dovetail windage and elevation adjustments. Each all-metal spooled fiber-optic pin stands out brilliantly. Pin guard accepts pin light (not included) on top or bottom.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 10 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by glynncaz Good Product Purchased this signt in August 2011. Took about 30 min. to mount & get sighted in. Also purchased a light to install on this sight but honestly the fiber optic pins light up like a christmas tree so I may not need the light. The bubble level helped correct my form and greatly improved my grouping. The only down side is I could not adjust the individual pins so I had to slide the pin housing nealy out of the bracket before I got it aligned with the string. Barely had enough "meat" left to thighten down on. Sight is worth the $69.99 + tax that I paid. Confident that this sight will help put meat in the freezer. September 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by flbowhnt07 Great Sight Very bright in low light conditions. This sight is very easy to install and adjust. The best lefty bow sight i have had i love it. September 7, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hobart Best sight for the money This sight was easy to install, very easy to sight in, The pins are extremely bright. have not used it in the field yet , but i have shot it in the back yard at targets, works great, great sight for the price June 8, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by mobowhunter Great Low Light Sights After seeing a set of these sights on my neighbors bow, I couldn't believe how bright they were in low light conditions. A few years ago I upgraded my sights to a set of Trophy Ridge Flatlinner sights but always had trouble seeing the pins in low light or hunting from a blind. These are the brightest sights I have ever seen, any amount of light will make the pins glow like you have a light on the sights themselves. The only problem I had with them was after mounting them to the bow, the plastic shield around the fibers rattled when I shot my bow. The screw that holds the shield in place was loose, a quick trun with a scredriver fixed the problem. Great set of sights for the money. February 9, 2011
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