Rated 5 out of 5 by dforgy Perfect
Perfect sight for a budget. I've had no trouble with screws and adjusting is very easy. Push button light is easy to use and bright. This is one big bang for your buck.
April 4, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bootlegger750 Great!
This is one of the best sights you can purchase for the money. Works great and is well made.
January 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by catmechanic truglo
This is a very nice sight! i know there are more expensive but for what you pay.....excellent! Only drawback is EVERYTHING on this has to be adjusted by allen wrenches. Make sure you have an entire set of them before trying to sight the bow. To adjust the pins in/out or up/down.....allen head screws. There is also a white piece of "glow" paper around the outer diameter of the sight which is supposed to give you a visible area to look at while shooting......well, mine wasnt glued on very well and fell off. I just left it off and shoot without it. Other than that....read first to statements!
November 26, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by somerset13 Perfect!
Love, love, LOVE this sight! The lighting system for the pins is perfect, much better than the ones that shine in the sight housing. Great camo dipping and light weight make for a perfect combo. Not sure why people have problems with stripping out...have adjusted mine just find with no issues. When you feel it getting tight, stop! Stays sighted in for over a year long enough to wear my whisker biscuit down.
August 29, 2012
This is a rheostat type light. When you push the button it is directly inline with the carbon fibers which "charge" the fiber optics in a similar way the sun would do during the day. It does not "shine" on the pins or anything like that. This one is nicer than some because it is a push button where as many of these on other sights are twist to turn them off and on and they can be quite clumsy. Overall the rheostats and LED pin charging lights are a little gimmicky and can sometimes actually be too bright and blur your vision of your target - but the beauty is the ability to turn them on or off. They use tiny watch type batteries.
I am at the bottom range of vertical adjustment with the pins in the bottom of circle. The only other way to get pins in range would be to reverse mounting bracket or lower peep sight. The mount allows for left or right hand shooting so should I also be able to flip it around vertically to drop pins.
You would raise, not lower your peep in this situation. To sight-in, you move the front sight (sight pins) to the point of impact and a rear sight would be moved the direction you want to correct to. However, on a bow, your peep should be installed in a stationary position that allows the best head position and anchor point for you to comfortably and accurately shoot. This sight has elevation adjustment for the entire sight window bracket as well as the pins, so it should have a decent range for most bows. If you are bottomed out on both adjustment ranges, then you have reached the sight range limit for your sight/bow combo, and you'll need to either speed up your bow or find a sight that has a greater range of adjustment.
I bought this sight a little over a year ago. I'll go out and sight my 40 yard pin in ,but then i come back to my 20 yard pin that i orignally first sighted in ,and it will be way off.... Any help would be appreciated !!!!! I'm a young bow hunter trying to start out right...
sounds to me like your rest is not lined up corectly . If you sight in for your 20 yard pin and then back up to 40 and it shoots left or right . move the rest towards were the 20 was hitting then resight at 20 yards then repeat process until the 20 and fourty are in the same line. Then fix the up and down.
Is your Jennings drilled and tapped for a site now? If so are the holes approximately 1 1/4 inches on center and vertical from the ground on the riser? If yes to these two questions, then it will probably fit your bow.