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Does anyone sight there pins slightly to the side so as not to cover the target?
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Sometimes catch myself holding low.I guess I want to see the spot. I notice if I stare at the spot and not worry about the pin it follows what I want to hit and its not a issue.
 

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My thing is that the pins cover the spot I want to hit. Even if Im gapping, the pins seem to halo on me, especially in low light. I was thinking of adjusting them to be slightly to the side and see how it works out.
 

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i have to really force myself to cover the target, i always come up from below and many times hit low because of that. but once i take a couple of shots and get in the groove i'm fine, but that only seems to be when i'm shooting at a block target, when i shoot 3d i don't have that problem, i don't know, maybe i'm messed up :confused:
 

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i have to really force myself to cover the target, i always come up from below and many times hit low because of that. but once i take a couple of shots and get in the groove i'm fine, but that only seems to be when i'm shooting at a block target, when i shoot 3d i don't have that problem, i don't know, maybe i'm messed up :confused:
No you're not, I do the same thing:wink:
 

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Extending you sight out more from the bow it will make then look smaller. It depend on what your aiming at small spot small pins. My self I use a pin on my hunting bow that I can see and my target bow a scope. The larger pins work fine on deer but, 3D's the small dot in the scope works best for me and I can see the dot in a scope. I'm a old man and don't see as good as I did when I was younger. When used my hunting bow on 3D's the fiber pins are to bright and big to pick out the 12 ring.
 
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