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How many pins you might need depends if you are comfortable making yardage adjustments with the single pin or not. If you aren't comfortable doing that in a hunting situation, then adding more pins might be the way to go ... I'd recommend 5-pin if you are hunting open country. Yes, Spot Hogg sells the Hogg Wrap multi-pin head separately; it is listed on SH website under Sight Accessories. You might not need a second head with multi-pins, Spot Hogg might be able to add pins to your sight. Talk with Spot Hogg and find out what your options and prices are.
1-541-995-3702 If you will be in dark timber or off a waterhole/wallow, or off well used trails in a treestand, your shots should be inside of 30 yds and a single pin could work OK if you are use to that. If you will be hunting spot-n-stalk, which I commonly refer to as "walk and jump", then your shots could range from 35 to 60 yds, depending on your stalking skills. I've known of a case where the person was very comfortable with their single-pin HHA making a spot-n-stalk hunt, but in the heat of the situation shot a cow elk for 35 yds, where he normally set the single-pin, when the elk was a bit more than 50 yds distant...tag soup. If you will be hunting in open flats or in pinion pines, distances could be from 15 yds to 60 yds or longer, and hopefully you see them first before they see you. Colorado is having a dry year, so water sources would be good places to find ... hopefully they all won't be on Private Property livestock tanks. Hope this helps and good luck on your hunt.
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