I am not bashing you as I do not know, but doesn't that defeat the purpose regarding clutter in the sight picture?If using for hunting would recommend a two or three pin, where I hunt the deer don't stay at one spot to long. Am using MBG ascent verdict three pin and like it.
Definitely something to play with. I can put my single pin on 30 yards and shoot from 0-35 without moving it on an elk. A couple inches high or low depending on yardage.I am not bashing you as I do not know, but doesn't that defeat the purpose regarding clutter in the sight picture?
I am using the HHA Optimizer and I found that there is only a 2" difference between 20 and 30 yard shots if I keep the pin on the 20 yard spot. So in theory, if a animal is 30 yards away and walks up to 20 yards away, I don't have to make any adjustments...or maybe I am wrong...let me know as I am still learning.
On most of the single pin sights, you put a "Sight In Tape" on the sight dial. You find your pin height with the slider so you are sighted in at 20 yards. You then walk back and find the spot on the dial where you sight in at 40 yards. There is a small calculation and then you look at the included chart to see which sight tape you should put on the sight for your other yardage settings. There are plenty of youtube videos showing exactly how to do it. It is pretty easy as long as you can consistently group arrows at 20 and 40 yards.I'm thinking of changing from a Trophy Ridge multi-pin to a single pin sight, I'd like it be fairly simple to set up and wanted some suggestions. Thanks
When I switched to Easton ACC shafts years ago, I had trouble getting the pins close enough together.
I special ordered a 3 pin all green Armortech, moved the bottom pin out of the way, and set the other 2 at 25 and 49 yards.
I learned my drops and gaps and it worked fine. The green pins were so bright it looked liked they were lit.
i shoot a "slow" bow by todays standards at 60 lbs and a pretty heavy arrow and have no trouble with a single pin, fyiwhat poundage of bow, draw length and arrow weight are you shooting?
some of these guys are shooting 80lbs at 30+ inches with a 400 gr arrow in which the arrow does not drop until it gets out there a ways...
another words with out you knowing what bow the guy giving the advise is shooting and the advisor not knowing what you are shooting, all comments are worthless
on another thread in the hunting section a guy made a comment, someone called him on the comment and then he said, Well I don't hunt, so ya have that too