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)

  • Been using a hha optimizer this year (Iowa whitetail / turkey) and am switching back to multi. Animals move back and forth. I’m a full draw and then the doe moves away. Suddenly I’m compensating and then second guessing myself. My other hunting rig has a react 5pin. Same situation. But no panic. My buck this year (11pt) was at 30 when I drew. Then he walked straight at me to 18yds when he turned and gave me a broadside.

    nathan may - 4 days ago

  • What single pin sight were you using in this video?

    Devin Nabozny - 1 month ago

  • What single pin were you using in this video?

    Joshua Beanblossom - 3 months ago

  • Great video thnx. You just cost me 249$

    Todd Beissel - 3 months ago

  • I'm gonna go with multi pin, because I've never had trouble estimating the distance between pins. but I'll also shoot my bow instinctively. I shoot with my fingers, because a release just doesn't feel right.

    Nikolai Kravchenko - 5 months ago

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