IQ Bowsights Micro 3, 5 or 7 Pin Compound Bow Archery Sight with Retina Lock Technology - Left and Right Hand
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- RETINA LOCK TECHNOLOGY - Controls muscle memory, form and consistency, allowing you to shoot longer distances with tighter groups. Provides instant feedback that will identify the slightest torque or anchor point change
- MICRO ADJUST KNOBS - Allowing quick and simple adjustment of the elevation and windage to precise positions using the adjustment markings. The TOOL FREE LOCKING KNOBS lock your windage and elevation in place
- 3, 5 or 7 PINS - .019 Fiber Optic Pins. Stack tight pins, built-in sight level
- DUAL POSITION MOUNT - Gives you the ability to mount your sight to your particular shooting style
- ADJUSTABLE 2nd AXIS - Rheostat Sight Light accessory S15000 (sold separately). IQ Micro Bowsight Weighs 7.4 oz.
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The NEW IQ MICRO BOWSIGHT offers RETINA LOCK TECHNOLOGY which provides instant feedback that will identify even the slightest torque or anchor point change. Micro adjustment knobs that allow quick and simple adjustment of the elevation and windage to precise positions. Dual position mounting gives you the ability to mount your sight to your particular shooting style. Tool-free locking knobs allow you to lock your windage and elevation positions in place without the use of any tools.
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Let me cut to the chase. At least for me, the retina lock works really well. At this stage of my archery development, I still do everything by the numbers. I have to go through all the details of setting the shot up because, for example, things like using the tip of your nose as an anchor point are not second nature to me. The retina lock is really helpful because it gives immediate feedback that says, "Hey man, you are doing something different than you did before." In my particular case, when the retina lock was really far off, it was because my stance was inconsistent. When it was a little bit off, it was because I was canting the bow too far one way or another. I found this to be some pretty valuable information, and hopefully it will help me develop into a more consistent shooter.
To illustrate my experience with the sight, I've included photos of the first 12 arrows I shot after setting up the sight. I shot two strings of six arrows at 20 yards. For each shot, I would completely reset my position, meaning I would step off of the shooting line, walk to the table to get an arrow, walk back to the line, set up, and let one fly. I was pretty happy with the results. I didn't split any arrows like Robin Hood, but like I said, this is literally the seventh time I've picked up a bow... And besides, arrows are expensive...
This is the most advanced sight I've ever used and with the very fast bow I shoot, I need a sight that is capable of letting me be as pin point accurate as possible. I shoot groups no bigger than your fist at 40 yards so I can say I'm a good shot with a bow.
What I like about this sight is that when you lock in the retina and get a black pupil in the center, you are good to go. A mere split second glance is all that it takes to know you are locked on and in good form. You now focus on your pins. If you are an experienced archer this may seem like alot, but its isn't. Old instincts kick in and you are in a good place. For the beginner, you need to be able to multi-task to succeed. With the level, retina sight and the pin alignment all happening at the same time, it can be daunting. This is where I'm glad I started old school.
Finally, this is a great sight for the beginner or the advanced. I'm glad I got to learn the hard way from very crude sights and old aluminum arrows that flew like heavy logs. It makes me appreciate this marvel of accuracy. For the beginner, you will never want anything less.
Consider yourself spoiled.
I gave it a 5 star because I think the unit is solid, has a great feature in the retinal optic and built well. Its a composite construction and its about average for the weight. The adjustments are easy to learn and the micro small tips of the pins allow me a better placement of the pin on the target VS the large pin I was shooting. Three pin design is all I need to shoot out to 60 yards. The retinal centering option will give you better shooting accuracy out at longer yardages on average.
The only notes I can add for consideration to help you is when you loosen to adjust and re tighten the sight for your pins it will need you to draw the bow before you shoot to assure the retinal eye is back in line - some larger adjustments will move that alignment eye for you. But it makes sense. Also the micro adjustment knobs will move your sight when you lock them down. So you will need to compensate that slight adjustment to allow the ppin to settle in its spot when its all locked down. Its truly not that much of an issue.
Like everything else - SPEND THE TIME to learn and practice. I have shot 100 arrows with it. Once you do your adjusting and your shooting wuper tight groups, your done. Its s set it and forget it. Make sure your components are tight and your shooting like a champ!
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Retina Lock concept works exceptionally well for me. I did as suggested and once things were set at 20 yds then adjusted the Retina Lock (moving...Read more