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    I have on the Fire Cat an ACCRA 4 pin sight, but the pins are HUGE, I was looking for something in the 70 or less dollar range and came across the Trophy Ridge Outlaw 4-Pin Sight, anyone use one of these or have any other suggestions, how about the TruGlo® Bone Collector™ 4-Pin Sight, or a TruGlo® Carbon XS 4-Pin Sight, these are all under 50 bucks
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    Going to the shop tomorrow. Will check the one fixed pin sight left. Camo, has option to buy push button light made to fit flush with housing. Believe it has .019" pins. Trophy Ridge I think.

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    Cool thanks Sonny,
    I get points awarded at work, when i make the unbelievable happen ( at least the boss can't believe it) and those points are good in the company store, company store has cabelas cards, I have 110 points, dollar a point,
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    If you like the truglos look at the micro brite. I have the one w/ the adjustable arm. I think it was $80 or so. Came w/ a light that is almost to bright. It is easy to adjust.
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    I just bought a Viper predator micro tune and like it. They do have a predator sight that looks nice as well for for 69.99, it has a choice of pin sizes and they are nice bright pins. Take a look at this link.

    http://www.4-darchery.com/viper-pred...hts-p-256.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by macflash View Post
    TruGlo® Bone Collector™ 4-Pin Sight, or a TruGlo® Carbon XS 4-Pin Sight, these are all under 50 bucks
    Derik
    I believe those are both good choices. Truglo makes excellent products, and I think you'll be happy with either one. I like longer fiber optics because it makes the pins brighter. My Truglo has fiber optic around the sight housing and my Extreme has fiber optic running through the frame, similar to the Carbon XS you're considering.

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    thanks groups guys,
    really leaning to the tru-glo's, I would love to have the battery options but if I get caught, they take my stuff and make me pay them really well to take my stuff.
    they have made it kinda tough to hunt western Wa.
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    Quote Originally Posted by macflash View Post
    thanks groups guys,
    I would love to have the battery options but if I get caught, they take my stuff and make me pay them really well to take my stuff.
    they have made it kinda tough to hunt western Wa.
    That means whatever sight has the longest fiber optic would probably be your best choice.

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    Trophy Ridge Drive is a single pin slider that cones w a light ans a VERT bright single green pin. I was shooting last night with it. By time you need the light, you wont be able to see the critters anyway w/o a kill light.
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    Well it's official,
    in 2 -3 weeks i will be the proud owner of a TruGlo® Carbon XS 4-Pin Sight. ( add small meniacal, child's laugh) WOO HOO !!!
    I'm getting so stoked
    thank you guys very much .... again
    A veteran is someone who, at one point in his life, wrote a blank check made payable to
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    '96 Firecat, '66 Herters

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