Adjustable Red Dot Blog
4 Signs You Set Your Bow Sight Up Correctly!
One thing we have noticed since starting Adjustable Red Dot, is how complicated setting a your bow sight can seem. We wanted to create a simple way to check if...Read more
How a Red Dot Sight on a Bow Works
A red dot sight on a bow eliminates many steps and simplifies archery. No more peep sight, kisser button, level, and it helps with aging eyes or those who are...Read more
5 Reasons Why an Adjustable Red Dot Bow Sight is a Game Changer for Bowhunters
Bowhunting is challenging and certain aspects of it always will be like pulling your bow back without the deer seeing you and keeping your nerves under control. But there are...Read more
Fixed Mount vs. Adjustable Mount
Which mount is best for me? The best place to start is to address what each mount is and what it does. Fixed Mount: Our fixed mount is not adjustable...Read more
Field Of View With A Red Dot Sight
Whether it be a question on our social media comments or an email, we are asked almost daily about our field of view with a red dot sight. Let’s go over what is field of view and how a red dot sight has an unlimited field of view.Read more
How Far Can I Shoot with an ARD Mount?
With our adjustable mount there are 18 clicks to adjust for yardage. But what does that mean? How far can I really shoot my bow? Answer: Well… it depends. It...Read more
Red Dot Advantages on a Bow
Shooting a red dot has many advantages. But not all of them are obvious. For example, faster target acquisition, allows those with vision impairments and aging eyes...Read more
Scopes Versus Red Dot Sights. What’s the difference?
Scopes and sights have been around for a while, but time and time again, we get questions asking does this have a battery, does it magnify, do I need a peep? However, I think a lot of the questions we get about our bow mount can be cleared up with answering, what is the difference between red dot sight and a scope.