Bow Pics

Discussion in 'Bow Hunting Forum' started by MudGrappler, Oct 6, 2008.

  1. J. Plate

    J. Plate Elite Refuge Member

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    Anything with wrapped pins is going to have at least 4 pins, as most use the same fiber for two separate pins. IMO, the wrapped fibers collect way more light. Just started bow season this past weekend, and my pins are still bright way after it's actually legal for me to shoot a deer.

    Just 'cause there's a fourth pin in that pin guard, doesn't mean you have to use it. ;)
     
  2. Spooniespiller14

    Spooniespiller14 Senior Refuge Member

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    Little Hoyt compound low poundage and a few arrows but you cant argue with results!

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  3. possum2

    possum2 Senior Refuge Member

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    Anybody else shoot a Whisper Creek bow? reasonably priced light and QUIET
    Innovator Pro
    Biscuit
    Gold Tip 5575 cut to 27 1/2 in
    Rage 3 blades 100 gr

    It Ain't Pretty But It Makes Meat!!!!!!! N Gets BONE!!!!!!!

    9 pts
    15 1/2 inside spread
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  4. Duckologist

    Duckologist Elite Refuge Member

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    You'd be wrong about that. This is the site I bought. http://www.cabelas.com/cabelas/en/t.../search-box.jsp.form23&_dyncharset=ISO-8859-1
    It has 3 pins with wrapped fibers. Got it on the bow yesterday and sighted in. Very happy with it. Very bright.
     
  5. RETRO

    RETRO Elite Refuge Member

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    We sold them where I worked at..great bow for the money
     
  6. J. Plate

    J. Plate Elite Refuge Member

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    Thats the best sight and fiber out there..That sucks up every bit of light out there..Super bright..The first sight company to put the fiber in a channel on the pins..Now everyone is copying them..Duck you made a great choice..After the season is over the toxonics is going back on my bow..
     
  8. Duckologist

    Duckologist Elite Refuge Member

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    I tell you what, those pins light up with the slightest bit of light. No need for an external light. I would be surprised if they didn't light up in my closet in total darkness!! I am very pleased with it. Can't wait until halloween when I hit the road for bow hunting Missiouri!!
     
  9. RedNeck

    RedNeck Elite Refuge Member

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    I shoot a Spott Hogg now but that Toxonics is probably the best sight for the money out there. Some of the brightest pins available.
     
  10. J. Plate

    J. Plate Elite Refuge Member

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    Cool. Haven't heard much about them in my area. Looks like I'll have to take a look! :tu
     

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