I just got my first single pin sight...the broom adjustment OL 5510 I believe. So far, I got it configured and am liking it on ALOT of levels. Pin seems plenty bright (was worried about the .010), small housing is great (concerned I would have needed the 2"), quick adjustments, seems like a great solution for hunting and keeps the scope uncluttered free of multiple-pins, I don't need the microdial each foot capabilities of the wheel....heck, my fixed pin sights worked great for years at 10 yds apart. Sounds like the perfect hunting sight, right?
So anyway, here is my question. left to right windage adjustments, no problem but....are there any vertical adjustments to the sight settings I can not figure out (I know you move the dial up and down but I am refering to the fixed reference marks)? Specifically, I had my tape set dead nuts on for the arrows, vanes, peep, and heads I am using. However, I had to move my peep a hair and that consequently threw my tape off a couple yards but still pretty close. I can probably live with it but not excited about the prospect at all! Nor am I jumping up and down about the prospect of buying new tapes everytime I change strings, bow poundage, move the peep, change arrows, etc.? Is this the achilles heal of a potentially otherwise perfect sight? I like the idea of neatly printed, colored sight tapes. I don't want to have to set and write in yardages for 7 marks (20-80) on a blank sticker/paper nor feel I should have too as I bit the bullet and bought this sight new.