View Full Version : trophy ridge vertical pin sights opinions
02-03-2010, 08:34 PM
I like the idea of the pin arrangement as it just makes the sight window that much clearer. I shot one and really liked it. Currently I have a montana black gold. The sight is well built and super tough, but compared to the vertical pin setup it is cluttered. I also have a hard time seeing the target well at 40 yards and over. Seems as though the pins themselves are too large (I understand that problem would come with any sight with similar diameter pins). I am also thinking about replacing my peep sight with a bow anchor sight from archery innovations.
I've read all the bad stuff about trophy ridge, but it seems to be pretty old and the one I saw was nothing like the older posts suggest about the quality.
Buck Hunter Vic
02-03-2010, 10:35 PM
I have the trophy ridge inline also, and I loved it, it was easy to shoot. But now I have bought the HHA single pin sight, with the rotating dial, from 20yd's out to 60 yd's for now,and I'm sure that, I can add the the correct decal that come's with the sight, to bring it out to 80yd's, I have plenty of dial room left to do it, and also to tune and set it up.
02-04-2010, 01:09 PM
I have an older Trophy Ridge vertical pin sight that I still like really well and still use on my bow. They do have an improved sight picture and I would consider buying one of the newer ones if I was setting up a new bow. I haven't used any of the peep replacement devices on my bows, but I have only heard good things about them.
02-05-2010, 02:35 PM
Thanks for the replies. Buck Hunter Vic, on your single pin sight do you physically have to move something evey time you shoot a different yardage? I don't completely understand how that sight works and I don't see it on the trophy ridge site.
Buck Hunter Vic
02-05-2010, 06:12 PM
The Trophy Ridge sight is a fixed pin, that you adjust without any tool's, it's easy to use, the other sight is made by HHA, once you have the sight set up, all you do is turn the dial,to the correct yardage, for what ever distance you need, and shoot. Turning the dial, you can get from 20yd's out to 60 yd's, and it's fast and easy to do., I posted a picture, up top in this post.
02-07-2010, 08:44 PM
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