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front globe sights

Discussion in 'Blackpowder' started by josh...just josh, Feb 24, 2010.

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  1. josh...just josh

    josh...just josh Member

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    Are any of guys using a front globe sight? I have a TC hawken that I just put a rear peep sight on (which is great) and I was thinking that a globe sight would be the next step. Do they really help accuracy? I use this for deer hunting and I am concerned that it might make quick shots hard.
     
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    Mr_Pale_Horse Member

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    I never tried to hunt with mine. They really cover up alot and restrict field of view. I think they are best for target work.
     
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    Depends on what type of hunting, for still hunting and drives they might slow you some. For stands or blinds the extra accuracy will help. I put an Unkle Mikes with replaceable inserts on my T/C Renagade and I really like it.
     
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    I think that i am just going to skip them, I like the way they look and the extra accuracy would be nice, but at hunting ranges I'm already as accurate as my hawken can be I think
     
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    Only on my Sharps and it came with two dirrerent types and a bunch of inserts for the sights.
     
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