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  1. Squirrel2009

    Squirrel2009 Newb

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    Do you use a single pin sight or fixed pins?
     
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    Watch a few episodes. Almost all of the pro staff uses single.
     
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    I'm using an adjustable single pin, but I know a fair amount of our team is using an adjustable 3 pin these days. Generally set at 20-30-40 and then adjust for anything beyond that. Personally I like to keep most of my shots under 30 so I leave it at about 23-24 and adjust from there.
     
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    Thank you
     
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    Actually, since the HHA 3-pin became available, it's about a 50/50 split between single and multi-pin.
     
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    Missed that- thanks for the update. Nice plug, too!
     
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    I switched from a 5 pin to a Trophy ridge single pin. The pins were so close together I was struggling with shots over 40 yards and the pins blur together. Your eyes change over 50. Anyway its really helped, I can easily track the arrow now and longer shots are much easier. Where I hunt shots are 10 to 35 yards. I basically set the site at 25 and adjust as needed if time allows. Good hunting!

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    I was using the single pin but switched to the 3 pin version now.
     

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