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Can anyone tell me how much speed I can expect to gain, by getting rid of my peep with rubber tubing and going to one with out it?
 

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I'm not sure...but your bow would be quieter and you would get rid of the chance of it breaking and putting your eye out....
 

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OK, is the general consensus that a Fletcher tru-peep is the way to go?
 

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I shoot short bows with acute string angles. I need a Shurz-A-Peep since the peep is so far from my eye.
 

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I'm happy with Tru-peep.
 

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For a hunting rig, I would use an Anchor Sight and forget the peep and the D-loop too. You can added about 12 to 15 fps and no more peep hazzles.
 

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They are not easy to find but, SWAP (Strawberry Wilderness Archery Products) Peeps are great . Simple, lightweight and they come in several sizes to match your set-up.
 

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I actually tested mine today. Without the tubing on the peep, my bow was averaging around 248fps. With the tubing, it dropped down to around 242-243fps. Of course, that was with the standard tubing style peep sight, so I won't know until tomorrow what the actual velocity is with a standard 2 or 3-strand peep.
 
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