2005 Browning Archery Top Gun™ Slider ™ Sight Introduced
Hunting Gear- Tucson, AZ – Top Gun Archery Accessories introduces the 2005 Top Gun™ Slider™ bow sight. Nearly all archers are more accurate when they can simply burn their pin into the middle of their target and squeeze the trigger. It is a lot easier to make a 36-yard shot, for example, when you have a 36-yard pin. The only way to have a pin for every possible distance is to use one that is moveable. Top Gun Archery created the new Top Gun Slider Sight to fill this need. It is the most accurate moveable pin sight on the market. The Top Gun Slider’s pivoting mechanism is super smooth and easy to operate. You can adjust the single-pin by quickly unlocking an oversized thumbscrew and moving the end of the slide lever until it indicates the exact distance of the shot.
The Top Gun Slider features a super bright fiber optic sight pin backed up by illuminator fiber coiled in a clear plastic housing for protection. The long fiber gathers light over its entire length and then concentrates it at the ends so it is highly visible during all legal hunting hours without any electronic help.
Top Gun™ machines the round, crushproof sight head from aluminum and equips it with an adjustable bubble level for greater accuracy. The sight aperture has a glow-in-the-dark ring that you can center inside a large hunting diameter peep sight for precise aiming under low light conditions.
Finally, the entire sight head has a micro-adjustable windage control so you can sight in very precisely. The dependable micro-drive windage unit is made using durable stainless steel components. The Top Gun Slider is rugged, compact, smooth, highly visible, and super accurate. This is the most deadly sliding sight on the market.
To find out more information about Top Gun Archery accessories visit your local PSE Archery, Browning Archery, or Archery Research dealer or log on to www.pse-archery.com, www.browning-archery.com, www.archeryresearch.com.
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