February 22, 2011
High-tech, sleek, sexy and bright are all adjectives that can be used when referring to Cobra Archery's 5-pin Python Micro Adjust sight.
High-tech, sleek, sexy and bright are all adjectives that can be used when referring to Cobra Archery's 5-pin Python Micro Adjust sight. Seated atop Cobra's Python series, the Micro Adjust model offers ratchet-style toolless tuning and .003-inch per click windage and elevation micro adjustments. Durability is paramount to the Python's design, which boasts all-metal construction and fully protected all-metal pins with .019-inch field replaceable fiber optics.
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Plus, each fiber is fully protected in the back portion of each metal pin. Coiled around the circular pin guard and covered with a heavy-duty clear protective shield, fiber hanks continually soak up light for crystal clear and bright aiming points during all legal shooting hours. Compatible with the fastest of bows, pins can literally be stacked on top of each other for virtually no pin gap. If for some reason a fiber does break and need to be replaced, the protective shield can be removed for access to the fiber optics. Combined with large, easy to grab lock-down knobs and dovetails, tuning is fast and precise.
Unique to the Python sight series is Cobra's reversible mounting bracket with offset mounting holes. This design provides shooters a wide range of vertical adjustments to accommodate various shooting styles and bow setups. For the tuning junkies, you'll be happy to find that the Python Micro Adjust features an easy to adjust second- and third-axis bubble level. With the quick turn of an Allen wrench, you'll have your sight properly mounted.
This is critical for proper pin guard to riser interface and alignment. Also, shooting on uneven ground and up and down steep grades are situations that require precise second- and third-axis tuning. Available in a black finish, in right hand only and with an optional rheostat light.
CONTACT: Cobra Archery, 800-352-6272; www.cobraarchery.com