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gagirlgagirl Member Posts: 5,408
I am going to take your advice and put NAP crossfires on my axis arrows, they look like they will be the easiest to tune and I can't argue with NAP quality. That is what I have used all my life. Got a question for you though. Will they need the adapter rings or not?

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  • gagirlgagirl Member Posts: 5,408
    edited November -1
    Remember I had problems with useing a peep? Well I looked at several different options and then just put a peep on my bow. ( I got tired of trying to decide and just wanted to shoot) I am thinking that the problem I was having was because I am left eye dominant and I was shooting right. I have not had the same problems useing my new lefty with a peep. So I have pretty much come to the conclusion that it was more of a vision problem with me shooting right when I should have been shooting left. So far so good with the peep on the new bow... I am still playing with a hindsight too. I have not decided which I like better. So far its pretty even. I do think the hindsight would be advantagous in low light situations.

    its all about pucks and bucks
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  • gagirlgagirl Member Posts: 5,408
    edited November -1
    Package went out today, should be there in a couple days, enjoy!!!

    Better to be dead and cool than alive and uncool!!
  • gogolengogolen Member Posts: 1,619 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited November -1
    Cool thanks for the update. I'm glad you have found things that work for you. I use a peep, but I know others that use a hindsight it all comes down to what you're comfy with. What sight did you end up getting?
  • gagirlgagirl Member Posts: 5,408
    edited November -1
    a Wally world cheapy sight. tru glow I think it is. I really have not set my mind on a sight so I got a cheapy until I really figure out what I want. But on the bright side it was only 20$ a 4 pin with a light and it works just fine.

    its all about pucks and bucks
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