Custom Bow Sniper Pro

Custom Bow Sniper Pro

Your choice of bowsight depends on your goals. Some bowhunters, particularly in the West, trim every possible ounce off their gear. They start with lightweight bows and add the lightest, most compact accessories they can find. Most are into simplicity as well.If that describes you, check out the Sniper Pro ($179) from Custom Bow Equipment, a division of Scott Archery.






With a streamlined and lightweight three-position mounting bar, the Sniper Pro weighs a scant 4.8 oz. The sight guard is only 1.75" in diameter, and the steel pins are available in .010", .019", and .029" diameters. Elevation adjustments are static, but the windage adjustment is tool-less microadjust with click movement. A sight light, standard with the Sniper Pro, has three brightness levels. If you're looking for simple precision, look at this one.

Contact: Custom Bow Equipment, (606) 663-2734, www.custombowequipment.com

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