Single-Pin Vs. Multi-Pin Bowsights

- November 8, 2016

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Should you use a single- or multi-pin sight on your bowhunting rig? Tony Peterson helps you answer that question.

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Comments (39)

  • We get it. You like the single pin. Thanks for the biased video.

    Justin Skittlethorpe - 1 days ago

  • Multi pin with a slider. CBE makes a great one and my personal choice black gold ascent verdict. I would never shoot at an animal from 70 yds unless i had some combine running near by to cover my noise and the animal was completely calm. Otherwise shooting at long distance is fun and great for improving your realistic hunting situation accuracy.

    Jordan Powell - 3 weeks ago

  • This video was incredibly helpful. Thank you!

    TC - 1 month ago

  • Super helpful video!

    CSTJeffyo0 - 1 month ago

  • I am 13 Sears old and I am Shooting a Hoyt klash with 25lbs
    I want top have single Pin sight but how can the sight know how many lbs i have i mean when iam Shooting with 25 lbs the Arrow flys Not so straight as you shoot with 45
    How can the sight know how many lbs you have

    Sorry iam drin Austria and my Englisch ist very bad

    Happy Squid - 4 months ago

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