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Thread: Trophy Ridge/TruGlo Single Pin Adjustable

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    I am hooked on single pin sights,better view. I think you will like it when you get used to it.
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    The Truglo Range Rover does have quiver mounting holes. It's an excellent sight, and I'm sure you won't be disappointed DP.

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    Its a single pin slider or nothing for me, like a lot of converted traditional guys, compounds are almost too complicated for my tastes. Love the clean, clear look of the single pin, I shoot HHA OL 5519's on my two Slayers, and shoot the Cougar lll barebow. Don't let anyone tell you that you'd loose a chance if the quarry showed up at a distance other than what you're set on, my last buck was at 34yds, leaned back behind the tree, reset the slider, and centerpunched him, elapsed time...maybe 2 seconds, which included using a range finder. Coulda shot him with the sight set on 30 yds, ( where I carry it ) but, he still had'nt seen me, so had plenty of time.
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    Very cool, I'm confident I'll be able to make adjustments on the fly while on stand. Small movements to get set and have everything ready is something you have to learn to do well. Thanks for the feedback guys, definitely going to look into getting a single slider for the Bengal for sure and possibly the AX as well. Need to trade/sell the Fire Wire V5 I have before I do anything else with the AX
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    I was looking at the Range Rover and it has the same mounting holes as my HHA's. I would guess most single pins share this system. This is for a Quickee quiver but others should be similar.
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