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Pollington Red Dot Sight
Something different for field/hunters out there. I have listed my Pollington 33mm Red Dot Sight for sale on ebay see the link below:
Pollington 33mm Red Dot Sight with Universal Bow Mount on eBay, also, Sights, Archery, Sporting Goods (end time 27-Nov-08 20:32:54 GMT)
I have not used it because it is primarily a field sight and I shoot target most of the time. This is an awsum sight for field and hunting though as it works great in the darkest of conditions. The tiny red dot is like a pin hole in size and its brightness can be varied in 11 steps to suit the ambient lighting levels. The dot is ONLY visible when the eye is directly in line with it, so it ensures your form and head position are exactly identical each time and does not need a peep in the string. The sight is less than twelve months old and in immaculate condition it is virtually like new.
These sights are used alot in the states and favoured by hunters, they are pretty rare in the UK.
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I'm guessing that as it uses a 3v lithium battery it will be illegal to use, certainly in GNAS/FITA, though I don't know about NFAS or it would be fine if you were traveling abroad to go hunting or just to have some fun.
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Bimble you are right it cannot be used for GNAS target archery which is why I am selling it. Its quite a shame really, I tried it out and it was really good, superb for alignment and as a training aid, but a lot of expense tied up in something I just don't use.
But I have read the NFAS rules and they don't rule out batteries so it will be fine for NFAS.
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