Trophy Ridge React Trio?

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  1. BackCountryBlades

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    Hey all I'm wanting to replace the stock sight on my PSE Brute Force and I'm liking the react trio. I like the idea of a hybrid sight. Are any of you guys using this sight? A few people are saying good things about, just want to get some more imput on it.
     
  2. frosty452

    frosty452 Weekend Warrior

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    I have this sight on my halon I love it, however if you are shooting below 280 fps it might not work out for you.
     
  3. Bradleyprejean87

    Bradleyprejean87 Weekend Warrior

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    I have a react sight and have to say I love it... I wasn't a believer in it first but after I sighted in my 20 and 30 I went for broke and took a 60 yard shot and BOOOOOM right on the money! opened my eyes to this technology big time.. needless to say 20, 30, 40, 50, and 60 RIGHT ON!
     
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    I have one on my bow and the technology really works. It was easy to set up and is easy to make adjustments when needed as your string stretches a little. I recommend it
     
  5. BB4tw

    BB4tw Die Hard Bowhunter

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    People keep referring to it as "react technology" but I'm pretty sure that it's magic, or possibly voodoo.
     
  6. Bradleyprejean87

    Bradleyprejean87 Weekend Warrior

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    HA HA lol I would like to think the same on how good it works but its really just all mathematics... once the site knows how far your arrow drops between 20 and 30 it'll know the actual speed your arrow is flying... once it knows the speed it will know exactly how much your arrow will drop in height at each increment... now how they put that into the site and make it work i'm sure is with gearing and that part is WAY ABOUT my mental capabilities lmao
     
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    I take it the math only works if you sight at 20? My main target in the backyard is only 10 though I do have a 3D buck at 20. I love the idea and I guess I can get used to adjusting my aim at the closer distance.
     
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    What about the plastic frame? Anyone have it break? I'm also thinking of getting one.
     
  9. BB4tw

    BB4tw Die Hard Bowhunter

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    It's supposed to be some kind of composite material that is just as strong as aluminum but considerably lighter, not just normal plastic.

    However, I haven't subjected mine to any abuse that would test the claim.
     
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    Bradleyprejean87 Weekend Warrior

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    Its just as strong as aluminum... I took one of the demo models they gave us to see and stood on it.. *i'm 290 lbs* held up just fine
     
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    I'M thinking of buying this sight, any feedback would be helpful on pulling the trigger?
     
  12. BB4tw

    BB4tw Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Go for it!

    All of the sights in the React line look like good quality and the auto adjustments is a great time saver.

    Having your pins set mathematically forces you to concentrate on good form because you can't just move a single pin to compensate.

    I'm really liking my V5.
     
  13. BackCountryBlades

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    According to Trophy Ridge that's only if you want to shoot out to 120 yards.
     
  14. BackCountryBlades

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    Thanks for the input, I'm going to get one, I heard nothing but good things about it
     
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