TRUGLO Range Rover 1 pin

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  • December 1, 2012 at 9:18 pm #497050 Back to Top REPORT

    AbnormalArcher

    Joined: 11/1/2012
    In response to the replies of my last post, I decided to search online for a different sight because I believe that I have solved the problem with my form after watching some Olympic archers on the internet. They don’t anchor on their face and even with only 10 minutes devoted to it, I realized I shoot better that way as well, I now anchor with my thumb behind my ear lobe instead curling the index finger at the corner of my mouth, so I’m going to try some blind shooting to make the form a habit and see if it helps. I looked at TRUGLO’s website and I was interested in the TRUGLO Range Rover 1 pin sight. I don’t favor the price, $106, but I have probably wasted more than that trying to fix this problem so I guess I’ll just have to suck it up, its my fault for being poor I guess. It comes with different size pins, a .010, .019, .029 and then a TFO .040. The TFO pin makes the sight cost $133 but in their video on the product they said in some states and areas lighted sights are illegal so you have no other choice but to use a TFO and that you can buy a TFO pin to put onto it when that situation comes up. I don’t like the idea of spending money on having different sights that I have to take off and set up again to hunt in different areas but I want to hear your opinions, you guys have given me good advice so far so I’d like to hear what you have to say.
    December 2, 2012 at 3:01 am #542495 Back to Top REPORT
    rsutton
    rsutton

    Joined: 11/27/2008
    I would go with the 0.019 pin.

    That is what I have on my Spot Hogg but for 40 yards and farther i would like the 0.010 I think as long as I could see it.

    December 2, 2012 at 4:30 pm #542496 Back to Top REPORT

    jbmobley

    Joined: 6/30/2012
    Take a look at the HHA sights. They are a little more solid than the tru glos. I have owned both and several HHAs. You can find them around for the same price you are talking on that range rover. The pins on the HHAs are super incredible bright. I would recommend getting one with a rheostat feature. I have owned both the 0.010 and 0.019 pins. The 0.010 is very very bright. PLenty bright to see in legal hunting light scenarios i found. There is more metal on these sights than the tru glos. Much more solid in my opinion.

    I am a huge fan of single pin sliders, especially for hunting. The sight picture is much more open. Much easier aiming at animals and also much better in low light.

    Just my $0.02.

    December 4, 2012 at 1:55 pm #542497 Back to Top REPORT
    mck23
    mck23

    Age: 42
    Joined: 11/6/2012
    Location: IN

    Take a look at the HHA sights. They are a little more solid than the tru glos. I have owned both and several HHAs. You can find them around for the same price you are talking on that range rover. The pins on the HHAs are super incredible bright. I would recommend getting one with a rheostat feature. I have owned both the 0.010 and 0.019 pins. The 0.010 is very very bright. PLenty bright to see in legal hunting light scenarios i found. There is more metal on these sights than the tru glos. Much more solid in my opinion.

    I am a huge fan of single pin sliders, especially for hunting. The sight picture is much more open. Much easier aiming at animals and also much better in low light.

    Just my $0.02.[/quote:2lkqrv8p]

    Agreed. I use HHA (DS-XL 5519 – .019 Fiber) as well and love it! They are a bit more expensive than what you are looking at, but they are well worth the investment in my opinion! :thumbup

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