How It Works
Want a better option to peeps and pins?
Struggling with aging eyes?
Want faster target acquisition?
Easy Distance Adjustment
Our adjustable mount uses our innovative arc technology whish is essential in creating an effective red dot archery sight.
For distance adjustment, we use a simply click system. Once the bow is sighted in at your choice of baseline yardage, simply turn the knob to adjust for further yardage.
Consistent Anchor Point:
The Adjustable Red Dot Mount moves up and down on the riser using a sliding dovetail system.
This arc technology is what allows for a consistent anchor point and keeps the sight aligned with your eye.
Think of your anchor as the center of a circle and as you turn the knob to adjust for yardage, the sight is following the arc of that circle.
Faster Target Acquisition
When shooting a red dot on a bow, we focus on our target first and foremost. With a peep and pin sight, your focus has to go from peep, to pins, then to your target. With a red dot, you look at your target with both eyes open and the dot appears like it is on your target. This system simplifies the steps involved in shooting your target. This is also great for hunters that are struggling with aging eyes and fuzzy pins.
With a red dot sight on a bow, you do not use a peep! We do not use one because the only way to see the dot is with good form. If you torque the bow or you anchor too high or to low, you won't be able to see the dot. That's why we don't use a peep. When your form is good and the dot is centered you know you are straight. Just a reminder a red dot sight is not a laser or a scope! Check out the difference between a scope and a red dot sight here!
Great for Low Light
The Ultradot red dot sights we use and sell in our ARD Adjustable and Fixed Bow sights. They have 11 different brightness settings and 6 dot size options ranging from 2 moa to 8 MOA dot, circle with a dot, and a crosshair in the Matchdot II. This makes the system great in both bright and low light situations.
Our mount is CNC machined 6061 aluminum that is then hard coat anodized making it as hard as steel. We highly recommend the ARD Adjustable Bow Sight that is sold with Ultradot red dot sights. These are competition pistol sights and they are made to sit on the slide of a .45 so they are incredibly durable. You could hold your bow by the red dot sight and it will not affect anything.