Need Single Pin sight recommendations!

Afineis91

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Hey everyone, I’m currently looking for a new single pin sight for my PSE Evoke 31. I like the single pin I have now, it’s just really old. I’m not looking to spend a ton of money, any suggestion is appreciated. Thank you!
 

Mzzy

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Hey everyone, I’m currently looking for a new single pin sight for my PSE Evoke 31. I like the single pin I have now, it’s just really old. I’m not looking to spend a ton of money, any suggestion is appreciated. Thank you!
It’s hard to beat the hha optimizer lite
 

Hoot

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IMO there are only two hunting sights that should be considered, black gold and spot hogg. I have shot both, but I stick with the spot hogg fast eddie xl now. Built like a tank, will last for ever...
 

Planopurist

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CBE Engage Hybrid. I have the 3-pin for whitetail and the occasional long shot or Western hunt. Hard to beat, esp. at the price.


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rclouse79

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I like my hha a lot. Just be aware you might have to fiddle with you quiver to get it to fit with that sight. I went with the quivalizer and don’t have to worry about it any more.
 

Husker Buck

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Spot Hogg Fast Eddie (double vertical pin). Full disclosure, this is the only single pin / slider sight I've used, but I love it. I've used Spot Hogg sights for 15 years, and they are truly built to tight tolerances and high quality materials.
 

Marble

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As far as vertical post sights for hunting go I think it’s silly to use anything other than the double pin housing from spot hogg.
I do like the double pin instead of the single. Very user friendly to have two sliding pins.

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Zkep

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I tried to go with a cheaper trophy ridge (which broke and just didnt function as well) and eventually upgraded to the fast eddie double pin. Its a great sight and even though its expensive it wont have to be replaced for a very long time. Buy nice or buy twice unfortunately.
 

DOMMA

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IMO there are only two hunting sights that should be considered, black gold and spot hogg. I have shot both, but I stick with the spot hogg fast eddie xl now. Built like a tank, will last for ever...
I too have both the SH Fast Eddie and Black Gold Pro Dovetail single pin. I have the BG on my primary hunting bow. The only reason is that the pin is slightly brighter and I have a cataract in my right eye. I need the brightest pin possible. I also have a CBE Tek Hybrid which I think is a better designed sight than the SH or BG but the pin is not as bright.

 

7raptor

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I too have both the SH Fast Eddie and Black Gold Pro Dovetail single pin. I have the BG on my primary hunting bow. The only reason is that the pin is slightly brighter and I have a cataract in my right eye. I need the brightest pin possible. I also have a CBE Tek Hybrid which I think is a better designed sight than the SH or BG but the pin is not as bright.

The MBG is definitely brighter. I have both as well...I like the Fast Eddie wheels better, but they’re both awesome.
 

parkerpr

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Spot Hogg Hogg Father, Fast Eddie (lighter), or Axcel Accutouch Carbon ... my favorites.
 
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