October 28, 2010
Hind Sight's Ghost Rider sight offers archery hunters an alternative to using a traditional peep sight. Glow-in-the-dark cross hairs attached to a rear sight ring are used to line up the bright .029-inch protected fiber optic sights. An extra large aperture that features a glow-in-the-dark shooters ring eliminates bow torque and promotes proper shooting form by being completely hidden by the rear sight ring when the bow is held level. The Ghost Rider also features a bubble level and a Bonus Violet LED light for maximum accuracy even in lowlight conditions (one of the biggest problems with traditional peep sights is that they have a tendancy to twist slightly obscuring your line of vision and clouding up your sight window). After mounting the ghost rider to your bow, adjust both the front and rear sight rings to line up perfectly at full draw. The rings end up being about seven inches apart but can be slightly adjusted closer or farther away depending on individual preference. One of the interesting things about this sight is that once you get the top pin (shortest distance) sighted in correctly, the following pins are sighted in using the top pin as a reference. What this means is that the top pin is always centered in the cross-hairs, even if you are using your third pin to aim with while shooting at longer distances. This system ensures that shooters will not cheat with their shooting form even when shooting at akward angles or from odd positions at the buck of a lifetime.
Contact: Hind Sight, Inc., Dept. PB, P.O. Box 482, Pinckney, MI 48169; (734) 878-2842; www.hindsightco.com