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Trophy Ridge React One Pro Bow Sight
Change your idea of what a single pin adjustable bow sight can do with the React One Pro Bow Sight from Trophy Ridge®. Packed with Trophy Ridge's React Technology and other top-of-the-line features, the React One Pro gives bowhunters ultra-reliable targeting performance season after season. Made of rugged, lightweight aluminum, this lightweight 12.5 oz. sight features stainless steel hardware, no-slop windage and elevation brackets, and tool-free micro-click windage and elevation adjustment for precise adjustment. Precision installed bubble level and 2nd and 3rd axis adjustment help you keep the sight flat and accurate. Tool-free React Technology sights in multiple distances for you automatically after you set the 2 shortest distances. The sight's yardage indicators feature fiber optics so you can see your desired distance in any light conditions, while the Contrast Glo Ring helps you effortlessly align the peep to the sight ring. A superior sight for low light targeting, the React One Pro sports fully protected, .019" ultra-bright fiber optics and a rheostat sight light. Lens retainer ring (lens not included). Manufacturer model #: AS701R19.
Deadly accurate single pin bow sight with React Technology for fast pin setting
Strong and lightweight aluminum construction
React Technology - set 2 shortest distances, other 3 set automatically
Tool-free, micro-click windage and elevation adjustment
No-slop windage and elevation brackets
2nd and 3rd axis leveling
Precision installed bubble level
Glow-ring, bright .019" fiber optics, and rheostat sight light for low-light shooting
Stainless steel hardware
Just 12.5 oz.
Web ID: 1603141229
Rated 5 out of
Good quality sight that works wellThe sight is built very well and works just like described. REACT system works great! Adjustments are precise and sight is easy to fine tune. I have had CBE, HHA, Apex, and TruGlo and this sight is better quality and has more adjustability except for the very high-end HHA's.
Date published: 2019-02-05
Rated 1 out of
Trophy Ridge has HORRIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICEThe product appears to be a decent sight however it did not come with a manual or instructions. My package was also missing yardage tape. I have made repeated attempts to contact their customer service and not one reply back. I do not recommend purchasing any Trophy Ridge products due to their lack of support.
Date published: 2017-08-20
Rated 5 out of
game changeri can shoot out to 100 yard with this sight and hit glendel everytime, would not shoot live animal that far but it reall has extended my range
Date published: 2016-09-25
Rated 4 out of
Exactly What I Needed On My BowI am very new to archery. I bought my first bow (mission riot) this previous summer on a whim. I didn't want to spend a ton of money on something that I had never done before. Heck, I wasn't even sure if I was going to like it. Needless to say, I have become obsessed with it. I have been shooting about a thousand arrows a week (in both my own BLOCK target and at an archery range at paper) since I purchased the bow . I was pretty good with my 4 pin TruGlo sight out to 50 yards, but I wanted to step up my game. I wanted to increase my accuracy and practice at longer distances, and this will definitely allow me to do it.
I received the sight yesterday and was able to quickly mount it and head over to the archery range to sight it in. I am a little more meticulous than most shooting 5 arrows with each sight position to ensure an appropriate grouping (aka it took me a little more than 6 arrows - like they promise, but I expected it - to sight in the 20 yard pin). Overall it took me about an hour and a half to fine tune the 20 to perfection and adjust my stabilizers to accommodate for the new sight. One thing that is not mentioned, is this sight does weigh significantly more than the sight I previously had which caused for some problems with stabilizers and such. (One thing I did to ensure proper weight displacement of my stabilizers is to pull my bow back to full draw in front of my target and close my eyes. Hold the bow for a second or two to let the bow find its equilibrium point. Open your eyes and see if the bow is leaning towards one side or the other. This will tell you where weight needs to either be added or taken off)
The 30 yard pin was a breeze to set up taking only about 10 minutes to get absolutely perfect both laterally and vertically. After that, I stepped out to 80 and made some minor adjustments laterally, but was perfect vertically.
I absolutely love this sight, but the reason it is getting only four stars is because it is significantly heavier than I would have expected, which as I mentioned required some extra adjustments.