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I just got my Something is Wicked email from Trijicon. It is for the new AccuPoint, check it out.
http://www.trijicon.com/whats_new.cfm?whats_newID=180#180



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should be nice but i think a lot were disappointed to find all the hype from Trijicon was for archery.  I like it though

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Their site says there will be more announcements before Shot 2011.
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Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

Their site says there will be more announcements before Shot 2011.
 
I cant imagine why they didnt send me one to test during bow season Robin Hood
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This thing is going to cost a bunch of cash for a bow sight. 
What is the MSRP?
 
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)     Back to Top Direct Link To This Post Posted: January/08/2011 at 18:23
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Ouch!!!!

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I know why they didn't send me one before bow season. I'd have to jump out of a tree with it and club the poor beastie to death with it. Sad  I shoot a bow even worse than I golf and I've actually been asked not to return to 2 different courses. 
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I used to shoot one of those adjustable sights and it was really neat.........untill the worst case scenario happened. I had a nice buck come in at daylight and start chasing doe's around my stand. He would be anywhere from 20-50 yrds and I couldn't ever get locked in just right. I finally had my sight locked in at 45 yrds and he turned and came up a trail 30 yrds from me but I didn't have time to change the yardage..........so I aimed low and missed him.....either over or under him, never really figured out !!
 
Went back to a 3 pin sight after that !!
 
That does look like a nice sight though !
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I do love the adjustable sight. Being able to pratice out to 80/90 yds. is alot of fun.
But you do give up on making spontaneous or rushed shots.
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Interesting!!!Smile
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its a remake of the hha that you can get for 100-150 bucks,but i do like the yardage marks are etched in the site instead of using tape
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It's cool and all, but when you think about it, other than the triangular aiming point and the clear pin, what does it really offer that many other fiber optic adjustable bow sights don't for 1/5th the price?  I don't get what the real advantage to this sight is, but my opinion might change if I actually saw one.
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Yeah thos prices they can  lick mo liathróid sweaty.  for thos of u that dont know it's Irish look it up
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