When I was a kid I used to shoot without a peep, sights and I shot fingers. Now with the technology out today I don't see why someone wouldn't take advantage of it all and use it.
I think it would be the same thing as buying a deer gun without sights. I think the deer deserve the best shot that we can give them and I personally think that a peep is necessary to do that.
A friend of mine only used a kisser button. I finally got tired of him calling me up at night to help him track his gut shot deer. I told him to get a peep on his bow and it will make him more accurate. This year he is shooting tighter groups then he ever did.
I've had the anchor sight on for a month or so and found myself hardly even looking at it any more. I got a wild hair yesterday and took it off. 20 and 30 yards were good for me but 40 was a little sloppy... had some left/right misses. At this point I am happy with my shooting. I am bowhunting the thick stuff here in Wis and 30 yards will prolly be the max anywho.
when shooting the Z-Point. I'm looking down the left side of the string and depending on the Z-Point's dot being in the middle and I'm ready to shoot. Not complicated and only ONE thing to concentrate on................putting the red dot in the kill zone. Can't get any less simple than that.
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