On Target: Advantages of a Single-Pin Sight

The advantages of a single-pin sight are becoming obvious to more and more bowhunters. The single-pin sight offers a lot of advantages.

The first advantage of a single-pin sight is obvious -- you have just a single pin in the sight picture which allows you to see more of your target. A second advantage is that choosing a single-pin sight means you are less likely to choose the wrong pin when taking a shot in the field.

A single-pin sight allows you to adjust the yardage of the pin in the field to your appropriate range. When choosing a single-pin sight, you'll want to look at the features of the sight including the quality of construction and ease of use.

In this video, Pat Hogan offers his advice on choosing a single-pint sight.


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