Nikon Shooter said:This is something I have been kicking around myself.
I am pretty new to archery, and I have an 05 Ultratec 27.5" draw shooting a tad under 65lbs... I bought a Sword Apex Twilight Hunter model 4 pin sight and so far, I haven't even tried shooting my bow past 20 yards. I set a pin at 10yds, got comfortable there, and set second one at 20 yds. I am doing almost all my practicing now from 20 yds. The 10 yd pin and 20 yd pin are so close together it is almost annoying.
I considered trying a single pin sight, but I really like the Sword. Been thinking about removing 2 of the pins, and just shooting with 2. Anyone done this? What would be the best "zero" distances for a two pin set up? Something like 20 yd and 35 yd?
For right now (atleast this year), I don't see myself taking ANY shots at a real deer past 30yds.
Perhaps suggestions on a REAL good quality one pin hunting sight from some of you guys who shoot them?
you really don't need a 10 yrd pin.your 20 should be sufficient for that.some people like to use a 25 and a 35.also a little depends on the speed of your bow.daniel boone said it perfect sight in and KNOW your equipment and what your capable of