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I'm new to archery and trying to upgrade some of the basic kit ...
Can a sight be changed from RH to LH?
I'm new to archery and trying to upgrade some of the basic kit I purchased when I started.
I use a left hand bow, but have seen a couple of Sure-Loc right hand sights.
Can they be reversed for a left hand bow without too much complication?
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In the Blue
It varies with the sight so try it.
In most cases, a few things will end up being upside down but it should work if you're okay with the inconvenience.
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If you hold your bow upside down, so the sight appears on the left, you will see what it will be like if fitted to a LH riser.
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If the sight is intelligently designed, then most components can be dismantled and reassembled opposite hand, with only the calibrated sight scale being reversed.
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