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- Very poorly built Review by Xring11
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Bought one of these two months ago and the 2nd axis lockdown was so sloppy I could move it 1/16th of an inch. With that 1/16th of an inch of play in the 2nd, it would change my POI 7" high right at 50 yards! No big deal, I will send it back and get it fixed. I got it back 3 weeks later and they had simply given me a new sight, cool. After two weeks of league shooting it is right back to the same thing. I just wanted to let everyone know so I could maybe save you some hassle. Going with another company now.....
(Posted on 4/24/13)
- IT"S Good but not the Best ! Review by Peter G
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Two things I don't like about this Sight is the Level is Small , and the second axis adjustment is made by moving the little Level Good Luck
(Posted on 12/26/12)
- The Best Review by PeterG
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I Think this Sight with the 35mm Icon Scope and Swarovski Optik is the Best ,go with the 6 power Lenses it comes with the Light which is great for indoor Shoots thats my Opinion PeterG
(Posted on 10/29/12)
- Solid Review by John Siebert
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I have had the sight for a few weeks with an S2 scope. Have shot maybe about 2000 arrows through the bow that has it on and it seems just as solid as the day I got it.
The integration of the scope to the sight is excellent. The light is pretty cool. Wish the light had a little more solid click switch for on and off but the light is adjustable and the top setting is really bright. Uses three 3 small watch batteries. Don't use the light often so I don't know how well they hold up.
The sight is very solid. No rattles or noises or looseness. Very, very solid, well defined clicks on the sight adjustments (some might even say stiff, better that than loose). All the scales are laser etched. Very clean appearance. Third axis adjustments pretty straight forward and easy to setup. Don't like how the sight can't retract all the way into the bow for transport which means you need to remove the sight to put the bow in its case. This is a minor problem. Really a great fit and finish. Offset bracket built in so you don't need anything extra. The only thing that has taken a little time to get use to is that the windage works backwards to previous supremes. Clockwise turns on the windage moves the scope left not right.
I had a few supremes/challengers and other sights. This is one of the tightest sights I have ever owned with a superior finish. Is it worth the premium? That is really a personal decision. For me and my hobby/goals, it is worth it. I would recommend it. As well if you think about it, if you are looking at a new supreme that is only $30 cheaper which is not really much.
(Posted on 10/1/12)