I have a wrapped Spot Hogg and they are perfect not too bright not too dim. My bro and buddy have Black Golds and their pins are really nice as well. If I ever switched from the Hogg(not going to happen) I would get a Black Gold. I've used some sights (which I will allow to me anonymous for bashing reasons) that were so bright that you got the halo effect around the pin.
The Montana Black Gold sight is a lot brighter then the wrapped Hogg It sight. I was shocked since I own the Hogg It sight and my friend's BG was brighter. I had to use a light to compare to his brightness. This was around 5pm at the open field archery range.
Your going to call me crazy but its Impact Archery hands down, its not even close. Ive used HHA, Cobra, sure lok, tru glo, viper and impact archery sights are the cheapest to buy, cheapest made but hands down have the brightest pin
No doubt about it, the MBG and the Impact Archery sights are the brightest. I prefer the MBG Flashpoints. The photochromatic shell will tone down the pins in extremely bright light and keep them from the "halo" effect. I have used Spot Hogg wrapped sights and the Trophy Ridge Sights. They don't even come close to the MBG's brightness.
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