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As I have gotten older I noticed that to clearly see my pins I had to enlarge their size.

Used to shoot 10 thousandths , now I'm shooting 29 thousandths .

Last few months if I worked a shot hard the pins started to get fuzzy .

Knew it was time to change out my normal peep for a verifier. 

 

Ordered the specialty Archery #5 verifier and installed it this afternoon .

Can clearly see the pins again .

 

Should have done this 6 moths ago , but had been reluctant due to the price.and figured I would be doing it in a half dozen bows.

 

After shooting it in this afternoon there is no doubt it was money well spent.

was shooting groups a little over an inch at 40 yards with it .

 

Anyone having the same issue its def worth looking into

 

here is their website 

 

https://specialtyarch.com/

 

 

 

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Hammer, I had the #5 peep sight verifier (1/4") installed on my string 2 weeks ago. Awesome, man. Those Montana Black and Gold pins look bright and crystal clear as a full moon. Money well spent.

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Nice idea for us old folks. I have a trijicon sight withe the single pin and it has helped because it is easy to see. I am going to look into this 

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Hammer, I had the #5 peep sight verifier (1/4") installed on my string 2 weeks ago. Awesome, man. Those Montana Black and Gold pins look bright and crystal clear as a full moon. Money well spent.

 

That's the same one IM shooting, thought about getting the number 4, but felt the 5 would be better when I hunted out a blind, and low light.

also shooting the 1/4" . curious to see how it is in low light, as I had also  thought about the 5/16" for hunting due to more light.

 

def nice seeing the pins as well as the target crystal clear again 

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How does this hold up in the cold or rainy weather? Does it fog up?

 

They recommend keeping it covered in the rain until getting ready to shoot, their hooded peep is also supposed to help with that.

if hunting in a down pour to remove just the verifier insert.

Fogging can be kept to a minimum with lense treatment 

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Wow never knew of their existence until now. Very cool thanks hammer

 

def , worth looking into if you have the same issue seeing your pins .

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I had the same problem when I started getting older the only problem with those things is they make the pins clear in the Target Lottery so now I went to a traditional bow and shoot instinctive

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I had the same problem when I started getting older the only problem with those things is they make the pins clear in the Target Lottery so now I went to a traditional bow and shoot instinctive

 

if the pins are clear, and the target is blurry the verifier is too strong.

need to use a lower power.

 

nothing wrong with switching to a stick bow , as only have to concentrate on the clear target 

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