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- great sight my favorite yet Review by jordan
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i have recently bought the react one and i must say it is easily one of the best sights ive ever used it took my 10 minutes to sight in my hoyt faktor 30 and in no time exactly were i put that fiber optic that is where the arrow went
(Posted on 6/24/14)
- Follow-Up Review by Hawaii Bowhunter
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It still performs as advertised. However, the only drawback for me would be using it for actual hunting. It's great while walking around on a 3D course, or out at the range, but it sticks out to far past the riser (IMO) and looks as though it could easily get damaged or snagged on things while trekking through the bush. Also, due the general bulkiness of the sight, after I attached my bow quiver sticks out quite a bit further, which makes my hunting setup that much bulkier.
It's still a confidence builder, and I'll keep it, but would only use it if I were shooting 3D. I believe in the technology, but will have to wait for a more compact version for hunting applications. Maybe I'll take a look at the 5 pin if I can get an idea of how bulky it is before buying it.
(Posted on 5/18/14)
- Confidence Builder Review by Hawaii Bowhunter
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I primarily shoot trad, but decided to start shooting my compound again. I prefer a single pin, but have had trouble at distances over 40 yds. Sometimes not even close or on the 3D animal at 50+. I would set my markings (50, 60, and so on) at the range, only to have them be totally off the next time I'd shoot. Now, I only have to make adjustments based on conditions (like golf) knowing the math is going to keep me close. Now, I'm hitting within 6-8 inches of target out to 80 yds so long as I factor in elevation and wind accordingly. Thing is, when I'd set marks before, I was setting them based on the conditions of that day, whereas the math will be consistent regardless of conditions. For me, this has been amazing considering this is only the 2nd time I've shot my compound since last summer.
It is pricey, but all things considered, and how easy it is to set up, it's definitely worth it. Now, it will be easy to set up if I decide to change arrow weights. Two pins and I'm done.
Just wish the micro adjustments had that fine tuning click as you turned the knobs.
(Posted on 4/20/14)