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Hindsight. I tried it a many years ago but did not like it. It just seemed to have too much room for error and took me forever to get use to it. If light is an issue at primetime dawn and dusk, I prefer a slightly bigger peepsight with a small kisser button. If you are going to make a change in gear, now is the time to do it. Good luck this fall.
 

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If you are gonna go with a no peep sight i have tried them all the best one that i have used is a kingsway lighted sight very good in low light if you would like to try one before spending 130.00 on one give me a pm i have one you can try
 

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I have used it on both of my bows. Never liked a peep. I use it with a kisser button and get a quick, great in low light and a large pen sight picture. The first time the fine tuning takes some time. But if you use a kisser just set it up with out the rear sight at first. Get it close then add the rear sight and fine tune.
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I think the No peep is the best one of those style alignment devises.
 
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