MBG vengeance, axcel armortech, spot hogg hogg it

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  1. maxpetros

    maxpetros Grizzled Veteran

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    Looking to switch back to a multi pin sight. Any opinions on these? Narrowed It down to these three but want some hands on opinions.

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    If I was looking for a fixed pin set up I most likely would go with spot Hogg, MGB or CBE...they incorporate the same features I like in their moveable platforms.
     
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    I have had a Hogg it in the past and it was awesome. For some stupid reason I sold it. But I've been thinking of buying another one. Even though my Hogg father will be my go to sight I'd like to pick up a 5 pin Hogg it. Plus the have the same mounting system so it's really easy to switch back and fourth between the two if I choose too. I never tried the other two sight. I have checked out the vengeance and I think that's a nice looking sight. Pretty tough to beat any of those sight brands in my opinion. It comes down to personal preference. My last 3 sights have been spot hoggs and they were all great.
     
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    Spot Hogg Hunter is a great option Max. I still prefer my Tommy though
     
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    That's a great sight for sure. I really liked mine that I had for 3 years.
     
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    I really like my MBG Ascent 3 pin slider. I am sure their fixed sights are of similar quality.
     
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    Went with the vengeance in camo. Think It will look good on my open country prime. MBGs pin brightness and durability is what sold me. And I like the inch wheel for pin adjustments.


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    TheChurchArchers Die Hard Bowhunter

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    buy a spot hogg fast eddie and tell me if you like it lol
     
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    If you read my original post you'd know I'm looking for a multi pin


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    I checked out the fast Eddie at my local pro shop not to long ago. It's pretty much a tommy Hogg. It's quit a bit lighter than the tommy but doesn't seem as tough as a sight to me as the tommy Hogg. What I think I do like about it is that it comes with the new double pin housing. The adjustments are pretty much the same as the other moveable spot hoggs and I believe it's the cheapest sight price wise. I would have liked to mount it on a bow to try it out and get a true feel for it.
     
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    it comes in a double pin lol but yea i was joking
     
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    yea i think i'm going to purchase it soon i'll post my review on it..thanks
     
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    Can hardly go wrong with MBG
     
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    That's what I was thinking. And I owned an axcel and the pins seemed too fragile.


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    Very nice, congrats!
     

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