Trophy Ridge React Compound Bow Sight
YOU NEED LOOK NO FURTHER FOR A SIGHT YOU FOUND IT
Words can't describe how amaze how accurate the mathematics are in sighting in , The sight is got a rubberize finish to it so it dampens sound and vibration. Pins are super bright and I must admit I had doubts on the two green a red then two green pin combo but being confusing but it hasn't been. Sight is super lite compare to metal sights the sight comes with video for instruction when I watch it it was short with very little instruction but after sighting in you realize that it's that simple do yourself a favor look no further for a sight
October 2, 2014
best bow sight ever
I love this sight does exactly as advertised. I shoot different arrows for different types of hunting and this sight makes it easy and fast to switch from a 365g arrow to a 470g arrow set up
September 18, 2014
I bought this site on 7 AUG 2014. I went to the range on the 15 Aug, there was a slight breezy.
After riding a bike for 8 miles I zeroed my 20 yds. pin.
I then zeroed my 30 yds. pin. Then I moved to 60 yds. and without moving anything the 60 yds. was dead center. The awesome part is that the shot groups were tight. I had to change this site quickly, my old site kept falling off. I have not been shooting a Bow much and if I can do it from scratch anyone can.
August 15, 2014
This sight does exactly as it says it does. As a bow hunter in excess of 30 years, I have learned that there are few new products that actually deliver on what they promise. This sight however, surpassed my expectations. In a matter of minutes, I was shooting groups of 5 inches or less at 20 and 30 yards. Stepping back to 40 yards....the sight was dead on with no adjustment of the sight at all. 50 and 60 yards proved to be the same. I would highly recommend this sight to anyone. This sight does what is says so that the shooter can concentrate on his/her consistency and shot placement. I also shoot with both eyes open so that I can better see what the animal is doing. This sight is just as accurate whether you shoot with one eye or both eyes open.
June 2, 2014