which do you prefer. I am thinking of going with a pendulum after years of fixed. i am a half and half hunter. Half of the time i am in a stand and half of the time I am in a ground blind.
I like a fiber optic fixed sight with a small dot for sight. I shy away from pendulum as I don't like the idea of a moving part for my sight. I see it as something that increases the risk of something to go wrong. Would hate to miss a nice buck...
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How exactly do these work? Does the sight pivot or something? Thanks... also any website links explaining it are appreciated. Thanks again.
Yes, they pivot and allow you to hold "dead on" when in a elevated hunting stand out to about 30 yards.
I have a diamond Rock compound bow with a 60# draw weight. I am looking for a new sight and I had a few ideas but I'd like some more opinions. I hunt mainly out of tree stands and occasionally blinds. My usual shots are from 20-50 yards. I'd also...
There are way to many sights to give you the best one but, I think the three best brands are copper john, spot hog, and cobra. Since you want to shoot out to 0 yards than you want to go with a .0010 pins and at least a 5 inch extension.
I'm getting a new bow and would also like a new sight. I bowhunt 100% out of a treestand. For this reason I was looking at pendulum sights. Reviews on them were mixed. Some people seemed to like them, while others hated them. I have a 3 pin sight...
No shame at all in using a three pin sight... When I first started shooting & I saw those pendulum sights, man oh man, did I get excited. I just had to get me one of them! That's because I was having the same problem as you, that is...
I need to know how you sight in a Keller Pendulum Sight on my bow?
Man why do you ask stuff like this on here, you never know what kind of advice you will get. In three seconds on goggle you could have already had your answer. here you go, I googled it for you.
Griffin's pin earns Northwest wrestling dual win over Heights
With Wichita Heights taking its first lead of the dual and the pendulum of momentum swinging in the Falcons’ favor after winning four of its past five matches, Wichita Northwest put its fate on the sturdy shoulders of senior Tarez Griffin.
Heights’ Ulysses Deshazer had just used a third period escape to squeak out a 3-2 win over Tyler Keller at 220 pounds, putting Heights ahead 27-26 – its first advantage of the dual.
But if Griffin could defeat Sean Stephens, Northwest would leave Heights with a dual win over the No. 5 team in 6A. Anything short of a victory left the Grizzlies dissatisfied.
“(Northwest) Coach (Mike Pritchard) told me before the dual even started, it might come down to the heavyweight match, so be ready,” Griffin said.
“It was just really intense. The crowd was loud,” he said. “I don’t know if it was the game plan or not, but he was stalling out on me. He was wrestling really defensive. I was just trying to work him.”