Trophy Ridge React Compound Bow Sight
Worth the money
I just got this sight and I am highly impressed with it. I gained a lot more accuracy and my groups were very tight a 20 yards. This sight is defiantly worth the money. You get what you pay for.
November 23, 2013
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
I purchased this sight yesterday in Grapevine Texas store. I have hunted a single pin HHA on a Matthews for the last 15 years. Didnt want the jumble of pins. BUT, I wanted something newer and brighter. Went to the Trophy ridge Cypher.l liked it and its a Good sight, but saw the react and wanted to give it a try. Same sight but the react had the micro adjust. AND just set 20/30 pin. DONE. WOW, the material is quiet and strong. Easy to set up and great to use. I was up today at 0600 sighting in. 0615 I was done out to 60. WOW. stacking arrows like nothing. Pins are bright but not over bearing. Comes with a pin light which shines on the bottom of pins so no problems. Cant wait to see what its like in the evening and on that dark hair on a deer. Great priced on a sound product. Thanks Trophy ridge.
October 5, 2013
Great sight, breaks easy
Worked very well, as advertised, but while making adjustments(finger tight mind you) the plastic around the tightening knob broke and the sight fell off.
Pay the extra hundred bucks and get the pro.
February 26, 2015