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Trophy Ridge React-ONE Bow Sight

   

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The Trophy Ridge® React-ONE Bow Sight may be the most accurate single pin hunting sight in existence. The sight utilizes exclusive Smart Pin Technology: set the 20 and 30 yard indicators, and the 40–100 yard indicators are automatically set. Smart Pin Technology accurately predicts what each pin gap will be based on the distance between your 20 yard pin and any other yardage. Just sight in the 20 yard pin using the tool-less micro windage and elevation adjustments; then step back to 30 yards and fine tune at that distance before shooting the remaining pins. There's also a positive stop design at the 20 yard indicator position for fast close-range target acquisition. You're now ready to hunt at any of the distance settings! The ultra-bright .019 fiber optic pin is easy to see—even easier with the rheostat light. Other advantages include 100% aluminum construction; 100% tool-free micro adjustment; rock solid lock down; multiple mounting holes; hi-vis range indicators; and a custom sticker kit.

  • 100% aluminum construction
  • 2nd and 3rd axis adjustability
  • Smart Pin Technology
  • Positive stop design at the 20 yard
  • Ultra bright .019 fiber optic pin
  • 100% tool-free micro adjustment
  • Multiple mounting holes
  • Accurate, fast, quiet movement
  • Hi-vis range indicators
  • Custom sticker kit
  • Rock solid lock down
  • Rheostat light
  • Sight level
Rated 3 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by best bowsight ever This is the best bow sight I have ever used. Great for hunting and 3D shooting. you absolutely must try it. February 24, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Really? Stay away. This is for newbies that are uninformed. February 18, 2014
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I was informed minimum recommended speed for this sight was 245 fps ACTUAL. . I just want to confirm this info? I just purchased a Bear Method set at 72 Lbs Draw Weight @ 29" Draw Length. I haven't cut my Beeman ICS 340s yet to chronograph w 100 grain expandable heads .
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Thank you for your inquiry. Yes you will want to be shooting atleast 245 fps actual speed in order for the sight to work correctly.
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Will a tight spot work with this sight? dial part is just kind of large looking. any other quivers you guys are using with this sight successfully?
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Not sure if you are referring to the size of a peep sight or not but if your "spot" is refering to a smaller peep, yes you will need a larger peep to get better accuracy with this sight. I had to change the size of my peep in order to see the entire dial or "ring" of the sight. I went with a larger peep that is just larger than the sight ring. Now I can see the entire ring and lower bubble. it greatly improved my accuracy. After installing the newer larger peep... only took a matter of minutes to have all 5 pins dead on...
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Well that would depend on your set up and what exactly you want to hunt. My bear encounter is set to 63lb and I'm running FMJ by Easton with 125gr. toxic broad heads. This set up has essentially allowed me to take down hogs, deer and gators. It also depends on your personal experience, if you're just starting out then a 70lb draw weight might be too much to start. I would suggest walking into an archery shop and ask to feel and look at various different bows. Some places even have a little indoor range that you can use to see what it is you want.
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