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IQ Bowsight


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Just curious. Who owns an IQ Bowsight and can help me justify whether I should get one or not. I like the idea of knowing whether I'm torquing or not especially in situations where a target is beyond 30 yards. I think it'd be fantastic for muley hunts out west or even elk. Question is, does it hold up to the hype?

What's the quality like?

Ease of use/tuning?

Pins bright?

Thanks for any answers in advance. I'm fixin to pick up either a Hoyt C.E. RKT or a Vector32 and this is the one accessory I can't get out of my head.


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I really like mine. The biggest selling point for me is to get rid of the peep! Peeps twist and rob you of shooting light.

To set up, close your eyes, pull the bow back and find your anchor point, then open your eyes. That will tell you if you have to adjust it up, down, right or left.

It does take some time to fiddle around and get set up but its worth it to me.

And yes, you can see in an instant if you are torquing the bow.

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