TruGlo® Tru-Site Xtreme Bow Sights

   

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.029"/5 Pin
  • Lightweight composite pin guard
  • Extra-long, protected and wrapped optic fibers
  • Glow-in-the-dark shooter's ring

TruGlo® Tru-Site Xtreme Bow Sights are a lightweight composite pin guard that comes complete with extra-long, protected and wrapped fibers, five .029'' fiber-optic pins aligned on the same plane to eliminate distortion, a large round circular field of vision, and an aperture that has a 2'' inner diameter. The glow-in-the-dark shooter's ring helps align the peep sight. Can be used for right or left handed bow.

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great sight for the price I purchased this sight because of price mostly, and it is a great buy. The pins are very bright, and the adjustment markings are very handy. It is a very well built sight. The only thing that doesn't work with my set up is that the ring is far too big for my peep, not that it matters really since I've never used that as a reference point any ways. I'm not really a fan of the TFO pin. The regular pins collect enough light and are much smaller. March 13, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Sight yet this is a great sight i just bought it yesterday and sighted it in today and it's the brightest sight i've used yet. i would recommend getting the 0.19 pins over the 0.29 pins because your field of view is much less restricted and it's much easier to see your target. i'm afraid if you used the 0.29 pins they would appear very large in the sight and take up too much room. best sight i've purchased yet i'd definitely recommend this sight for both beginners and seasoned vets. don't waste your money on all them high dollar gadgets. buy this one. you won't be disappointed December 29, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by TruGlo Tru Site Extreeme I had the father in law over and had the opportunity to shoot his "high end" bow for a couple shots. I kidded him on using the TruGlo....... that is until I picked up the bow and looked through the sight. My back yard is under the tree canopy... we shoot till late till almost dark. These sights are the brightest that I have seen. I would say that Tru Glow has a superior design... (you might notice that swine products are using the same light gathering techniques) Things to look at closely.... *Do you shoot 30+ yards? If so strongly consider .019 pins The point .029 pins look like hubcaps looking at farther distances. (its worth the extra money to spend a bit more. ) * Do you need a sight that you really don't need to use the light even though they give you one? Yep this is the sight. * Do you use your bow and bow sight as a jungle machete? If you do this sight is not for you.. The pins are.... well... pins. They are not re-bar rods but instead pins covered by a sight cover. More than adequate for anyone who does not fight off wild game with their bow used as club. September 19, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Visibility! This sight allows for 5 different yardage setups and it is great. The wrap-around fiber optics bring in a lot of light to the sights even in very low light situations. Don't let the price fool you because it is just as nice as the more expensive ones. It also has the capability for the light add on but trust me you will not need it at all. August 25, 2009
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I use it on a Hoyt Turbohawk. Fits fine. Not sure if the carbonite is much different.
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Yes. I have done so.
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Looks like you can remove them, but you would have to take the sight apart. If you wasn't planning on using the pin in the future you can just cut the fiber optic tube and take the allen screw out of pin and it would be off in less than a minute.
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yes great sight i wouldn't think twice about ordering another one
3 years, 9 months ago
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actually will work very well just adds a bit more weight.
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Yes, I have this exact sight on a Razor Edge, and it mounted up without a problem. For the price, i highly sugest it.
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I would rather 0.19 pins on the sight. The larger pins would throw me off. And what pins would you use to replace the 0.29? There are so many out there.
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If you have not bought this sight yet ask for the 0.19 pin sight, but I don't think you can change these pins.
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The easiest way to do that would be to just switch out the entire pin housing. it would take a good amount of work to pull out the fiber optics and then put the .019 fiber optics into the proper holes. that being said, it is possible to switch them out.
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This sight can be used with both right or left hand Bows, on the left hand bow the logos will be upside down
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on this model one sight Can be set for right or left handed shooter. so yes
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Yes is an ambidextrious sight.
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This sight can be used for right or left handed bows. You will be very pleased with the visibility and adjustments of this sight.
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when sighting your bow, do you sight it in at 10, 20,30,40,&50 yrds? and do you need to move each fiber?also what does each color of the fiber stand for? thank you for your help.
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Would recomend only sighting in 20,30 and 40 and would probably slide the last 2 pins all the way down. Taking a shot longer than 40 you are more than likely going to just wound an animal or have a long time before you can start tracking. I have always been told the pin colors were just for quick yardage aquisition.
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Its all about your preference, I set my sight for 20,30,40,50,60 yards,for some people 3 or four pins is enough.Yes each pin(fiber) must be adjusted to your bow. As far as the colors go not really sure other than the fact it offers you quick identification between the different yardage settings. If they were all the same color this might take a while to distinguish. That could be the difference between your animal on the ground or watching it fade in the distance.
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ADV: is to be able to see your pins later in the evening or early morning. DIS: Have to check local law to see if light is legal to hunt with. make sure to tight light down with pilers vibration will cause them to come loose and fall off.
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Honestly, unless it is pitch black you will probably not need the light. These pins are super bright.
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The way the light is set on this sight is great. It shines into the pin housing bracket which contains the beams of the light yet still gives full effect on the fiber optics. If you have a slight glare coming through, take a peice of camo or black tape and cover the small area by the level where the light shines through. This will have no effect on the brightness of the pins.
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The light just gives you more light in the low light conditions. Say you can see the sight earlyer and later. I dont prefer it, it gives me a glare.
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