Single-Pin Vs. Multi-Pin Bowsights

- November 8, 2016



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)

  • i added extra pins to my apex tundra 3 pin sight. its now a 8 pin sight and it covers every 5 yards from 30-65.

    Joemammasdaddy - 13 months ago

  • If you know where your pins are, you can decide what pin or pin gap you are going to use before you draw. And if the animal moves, you can just look at another pin.
    If you get too frazzled to be able to figure out what pin to use, you won't be able to set a single pin correctly either. You should not be hunting.

    Henri Molle - 13 months ago

  • I shoot a multi pin sight because i have been using one all my life... Im not gonna change something that i know works for me.. i would love one for mabe 3d shoots, but not huntin.

    Joes GotYa - 13 months ago

  • I'm thinking about switching to a 1 pin sight because I had a145 inch 8 stop at twenty yards and use the wrong pin and never found him

    Jay Froah - 14 months ago

  • thanks for video. I starter a Facebook group called Bowhunter for life. I'm new to bows and figured a could add videos like this. Thanks again

    Mike Johnson - 14 months ago

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