Adjustable Red Dot Blog
Faster Target Acquisition
Peep and Pin’s Might be Slowing you Down
Using a red dot on your bow allows for better and faster target acquisition. What does that mean? Getting your arrow from the bow to your target in less time. The red dot cuts vital time off this process.
WHERE TO SHOOT A TURKEY WITH A BOW
Have you ever killed a turkey with a bow? If not, you should try it this spring. Turkey hunting with a bow is fun and challenging. It is challenging because getting a turkey within bow range can be extremely difficult. Gobblers love to hang up at 45 yards and stay there while they wait for the hen. It can also be challenging because killing a turkey with an arrow can be difficult.Read more
The Red Dot Bow Sight vs Peep and Pins:
What is a Red Dot Sight?
A red dot sight uses a non-magnifying “red dot” as the means of aim. However, the red dot sight uses an LED reticle on the glass lens. This lens is then coated to only reflect red light. When you are looking in a red dot, only the person using the red dot sight can see the dot.
ARCHERY IN THE OFF SEASON
Winter is here and many of us are stuck inside dreaming about bowhunting. For many bowhunters, winter is when we put our bow in the case and store it away until the weather warms up. The truth is, the winter can be a great time for a bowhunter to bring their archery skills to the next level.Read more
Long Range Archery
As bow technology has advanced over the last decade, so has the distance of the shot that most bowhunters are willing to take in the field. When I was a kid, most bowhunters wouldn’t take a shot at a whitetail or any other animal beyond 20 yards. Bowhunting has changed a lot since then. Today’s bow setups are extremely accurate and deadly at yardages that bowhunters 20 years ago would have called extreme.Read more
ARD: A Peep Sight Alternative
A peep sight is used to ensure you that you are as accurate when shooting a bow. When a peep sight is used correctly, achieving the same anchor point shot after shot is fairly easy. When a peep sight is out of rotation, when an archer's vision is getting bad, or when shooting in low light conditions, a peep sight can be a problem.Read more