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    Absolute LIGHTEST Weight Single Pin Sight!!!!

    I am trying to keep my bow as light as possible. With everyones help I am trying to find the LIGHTEST single pin sight that exists. Thanks!!!!!

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    Im not sure if its the lightest, but hha makws one called the brushfire. It weighs 6 ounces. BF-5019 is the model.

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    Sounds good, but the LIGHTER the BETTER!!!!
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    Are you looking for a slider or fixed pin

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    Just checked the hha website, cause now you got me wanting to know. They also have a model that is 5 ounces.

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    Fixed sight is fine with me. I was hoping someone was making a sight that was small and made out of something like the new Whisker Biscuit's Ballistic Copolymer (A.K.A Fancy Plastic).
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    I use an Impact Cosmic adjustable single pin. I don't know if it's the lightest but if it ain't it has to be pretty close.

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    Carolina archery used to make a fixed single pin that was incredibly light weight. It was called the foxfire sight. It weights less then 3 oz.

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    My tex hunter from CBE is very light. But its not plastic light which I refuse to use plastic.
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    Vital gear pro fix. Single pin and super light. Awsome hunting sight. Plus the pin glows even after dark

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    Vital Gear does look promising!!!!! Can you still get the Carolina sight?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pursuit View Post
    Vital Gear does look promising!!!!! Can you still get the Carolina sight?
    I see them from time to time at dunhams clearenced in the camo version. I used to have one around somewhere

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    Sight

    Montana Black Gold Easy Glider is pretty light...

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    MBG Ascent weighs around 9 ounces. CBE also makes the Tek Hunter available with a single pin scope; it is very lightweight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pursuit View Post
    Fixed sight is fine with me. I was hoping someone was making a sight that was small and made out of something like the new Whisker Biscuit's Ballistic Copolymer (A.K.A Fancy Plastic).
    Before reading your above post, I was going to suggest a Trophy Ridge Cypher and remove all but one pin. That sight is stupid light weight and my favorite one of the line up.
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    The tru glo single pin slider is super lightweight,and is built pretty tough ,can't go wrong with one of those,very bright pins too!

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    CBE TEK Hunter is a great sight not the lightest but its a slider and comes in at 8.4 oz
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    Looks like the Foxfire may be the lightest, but I don't think they are available anymore!!!!!! I called IMPACT and they could not tell me the weight of THEIR OWN sights!
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    I've got a couple vital gear sliders. They are very light.
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    Axt titanium is the lightest made bar none .

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