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#847826 - 07/31/08 07:54 PM Horizontal vs Vertical pin sights?
KevinC
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Currently shooting a Trophy Ridge 5-pin vertical sight. Thinking about buying a horizontal. What do you guys recommend and why?
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#848094 - 07/31/08 10:13 PM Re: Horizontal vs Vertical pin sights? [Re: KevinC]
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#848278 - 08/01/08 06:54 AM Re: Horizontal vs Vertical pin sights? [Re: buckhorn40]
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I have an angled single pin sight made by Vital Gear . I like it better than vertical because I can elevate and it doesn't block my view of the target like my vertical pin did .
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#848514 - 08/01/08 08:54 AM Re: Horizontal vs Vertical pin sights? [Re: Radar]
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I too have a trophy ridge vertical ( 3 pin ) I liked my horiontal pin alot better, BUT, I spend like fifty bucks on it, so I'm going to kill a deer with it on before I switch to something elese. lol.
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#848547 - 08/01/08 09:10 AM Re: Horizontal vs Vertical pin sights? [Re: Radar]
KevinC
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 Originally Posted By: Radar
I have an angled single pin sight made by Vital Gear . I like it better than vertical because I can elevate and it doesn't block my view of the target like my vertical pin did .


That is the problem I have also from like 30 yards and back. I think if a switched to vertical I might be more accurate. Thanks!

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#848669 - 08/01/08 10:36 AM Re: Horizontal vs Vertical pin sights? [Re: KevinC]
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it is all personal preferance. I don't like anything blocking my sight window. I shoot a single pin adjustable. Low light conditions are harder to navigate if you have a sight window jumbled up with a bunch of pins. IMO
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#850818 - 08/03/08 08:46 AM Re: Horizontal vs Vertical pin sights? [Re: ]
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I use this aperture on my single pin sight . It's the Star Track .
http://vitalgear.net/
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#851230 - 08/03/08 03:46 PM Re: Horizontal vs Vertical pin sights? [Re: Radar]
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 Originally Posted By: Radar
I use this aperture on my single pin sight . It's the Star Track .
http://vitalgear.net/


Very nice looking sights. Who carries them?
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#851256 - 08/03/08 04:53 PM Re: Horizontal vs Vertical pin sights? [Re: onebuck]
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 Originally Posted By: onebuck
 Originally Posted By: Radar
I use this aperture on my single pin sight . It's the Star Track .
http://vitalgear.net/


Very nice looking sights. Who carries them?
I bought mine from a local proshop that is now out of business ,but I think many mail order companies carry them .
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#851786 - 08/04/08 06:12 AM Re: Horizontal vs Vertical pin sights? [Re: Radar]
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I think my buddy shoots that vital gear also. I shoot a spot hog hogg it, and wouldn't get rid of it if you paid me.
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#853111 - 08/04/08 08:41 PM Re: Horizontal vs Vertical pin sights? [Re: Radar]
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Have had the TR vert inline since 2003 and love it!
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