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Copper John sights are pretty simple and durable with the C.U.P. system. I am partial to Spot Hogg sights though. Go Hoggin'
 

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If you are looking for a Hunting sight, the HTM hunting sights are second to none. The pin system is all Micro adjust and is patented. They have a six pin sight that can be shot as a 3, 4, 5, or 6 pin sight without removing any of the pins. The pins are available in .019, .029 & .040. There are a few models to choose from and you can actually builds your own sight. The sight has a level that they guarantee to be correct and the 3rd Axis seldom needs adjustling if ever.

All of their products are first class for workmanship and material. They have a web site and toal free number if you need any help or information.

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HHA, all of their sights with the wrapped optics are extremly bright they give that extra advantage with it starts to get dark. :thumbs_up
 

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Your gonna get alot of answers.

But, heres mine. I just bought a Viper Predator hunter and I really like it. The pins are as bright as I've seen and the adjustments are easy. Just a real simple sight that is all aluminum(no plastic) and very well made. :thumbs_up
 

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Canzoni said:
HHA, all of their sights with the wrapped optics are extremly bright they give that extra advantage with it starts to get dark. :thumbs_up
I have a HHA 5000 on my Conquest and it has the brightest sight pin I've seen. My Copper John lights up about the same with it's light on. Looks like a flourescent neon beer sign. It's so bright you can't see the target.
 
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