Verifier

I need to use a verifier to see my pins and target clearly. Am I able to screw one in to any of your sights?

Our Peep is not set up to accommodate the Verifier program/product.

Short Bows and QSE

When you say people were having difficulties with short ATA bows what length do consider short? Thanks

Axel to Axel shorter than 29 inches, makes it difficult to view the pin set up. Here we suggest moving over to the QS Circle product, this unit acts more in line with a conventional peep with the twist it is easily adjustable as needed.

TruGlo use

Wondering if this peep sight has been used in conjunction with TruGlo Range Rover Pro Bow Site ? Thanks. I usually wear my right Contact Lens for Distance Only when Hunting or Target Practice.

 

I do not have direct knowledge of use with the sight you have referenced. Although there has been feed back that the QSE allows for greater visibility for the forward pin and target once aligned to the end users requirements.

Yes I’m very interested in your product as I’m looking into options for a bigger peep or more light transfer peep. I was wondering size is the your peep or at least the width of the peep? Thank you.

Overall size is 3/4 by 1/2 inch, the sight port is 5/16 X 3/16 ; when at full draw will allow for a oblong circle to view the forward pins.

The only question I have is, What does the hinge do? Installation looks similar to attaching one of those peep aligners, loosen and move until your peep is aligned with the pull of your nocking loop. What is the hinge for??
Bob Jarosz
Brookfield, IL

Bob,

The hinge is to aid in applying the Peep to the string. By slightly closing and securing one of the screw’s allows you to check that the Peep is in proper placement.  If all is to your liking then secure the QSE peep in location with both screws.  To keep in mind that the screws need only to be snugged not torqued to maintain the QSE in location.

Hope this helps and good shooting.

Sorry for the delay in response as I have been busy with product development and upgrading.

Alan Small