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What is the best peep sight for my bow, my old one just broke?

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  • What is the best peep sight for my bow, my old one just broke?

    What is the best peep sight for my bow, my old one just broke?

  • #2
    I personally would advise against using one with a latex tube attached-they seem to break at the most inopportune times. Not sure of any brand name but I recommend a light gathering type to help stretch a few more minutes of shooting light at peak game movement time in the woods. Suggest visiting your local pro shop if at all possible. Good Luck Jim

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    • #3
      G5 makes a lerge aperture peep with no latex. I think it is made of magnesium maybe titanium, anyway weighs about 5 gr if I remember right.

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      • #4
        string spilter. I have one on my bow and love it it gathers lots of light and you can see real well out of it.

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        • #5
          What ever you do make sure you get one with a 1/4 inch hole to let more light through.

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          • #6
            I would take it in to a archery shop personaly.

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            • #7
              I don't know, but my peep aperture twisted up and cost me a deer last season.

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              • #8
                If you use it primarily for hunting and 3D then I would suggest a 1/4 in. G5. If your bow shop knows what there doin then it won't twist when you draw. The 1/4 in lines up perfectly with most round sight housings and allows enough light to hunt early morning or late evening.

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