New Bow Sights for 2020

Aim on! Here are the best new sights for your rig from the 2020 ATA Show!

New Bow Sights for 2020
TRUGLO Veros 5-Pin Bow Sight (Emily Kantner photo)

Axcel Accustat II Scope

Axcel Accustat II Scope

Provided you already own (or are planning on buying) an Axcel sight with a second- and third-axis removable block, you can take advantage of their new Accustat II Scope. This ultra-durable housing features a one-piece Firepin, which utilizes 26 inches of fiber optic to keep it bright and visible even during the last few minutes of legal shooting light, and also utilizes a durable rheostat cover so you can adjust brightness to personal preferences. Choose from either .010- or .019-inch pins in green, red, yellow or blue. MSRP:$190-$225 | truball.com

Black Gold Ascent Mountain Lite

Black Gold Ascent Mountain Lite

Black Gold has been quietly sweeping its way across the US from the mountains to the midwestern and eastern whitetail woods. And for good reason - their sights are designed really well, which is evidenced by their new Ascent Mountain Lite. Not only does this sight allow for second- and third-axis adjustment, but it also features the popular Photochromatic Shell to ensure your pins are exactly as bright as they need to be no matter what part of the day you earn your shot. The new Dual Indicator System on the Ascent Mountain Lite allows bowhunters the chance to set up multiple marks for different pins with the same sight tape. Choose from either a 3- or 5-pin model. MSRP: $284-$296 | blackgoldsights.com

HHA Sports Tetra Max

HHA Sports Tetra Max

Anchored by HHA’s R.D.S. (Range. Dial. Shoot) Technology, the new Tetra Max is an excellent option for all bowhunters who prefer a single-pin slider. Simply dial in at 20 yards and then 60, choose the correct sight tape and you’re good to go at every range in-between. This sight is offered with either .019- or .010-inch pins, and features the magnified yardage needle so you don’t have to squint to see what you’re dialed in for. If you plan to treestand hunt whitetails at home and then travel to a spot-and-stalk mule deer destination, the Tetra Max is built with interchangeable yardage wheels, meaning you can simply swap them out for whatever style of hunt you’re embarking on. MSRP: $380 | hhasports.com

Option Archery 6s Sight

Option Archery 6s Sight

If you haven’t checked out Option Archery’s sights, do yourself a favor. These innovative sights, like the standard 6s, offer a fixed-pin rack as well as a one-pin mover (all in one). The 6s is designed with five fixed pins, and one mover pin (all are .019-inch). This sight is built to increase your accuracy, which becomes obvious when you consider it is built with a bubble-level on the bracket for setting third-axis, as well as the micro-click-adjust windage and elevation. To go back and forth between the two style of sights on the 6s is as easy as a flick of the wrist, which actually allows you to have one or the other - not some hybrid option that is pretending to be two sights. MSRP: $395 | optionarchery.com


Trophy Ridge React H5

Trophy Ridge React H5

When Trophy Ridge first unveiled their React sight technology, it looked to be an absolute game changer. It still is thanks to new products like the React H5, which is finished in Realtree Edge camouflage. Sighting in the React is as simple as getting truly dialed in at two distances, and the rest fall into place through React Technology, which moves your pins accordingly. Each React H5 features five .019-inch pins and is truly lightweight, but durable, thanks to the Ballistix CoPolymer System used in its construction. MSRP: $170 | trophyridge.com


TRUGLO Veros 5-Pin Bow Sight

TRUGLO Veros 5-Pin Bow Sight

TRUGLO produces a lot of products that offer serious value without the sticker shock, which is clearly evidenced by their new five-pin Veros sight. This second- and third-axis adjustable accessory features Decreasing Diameter Pins, which means the top three (closer distances) all measure 019-inch, while the bottom two pins (farther distances) measure .010-inch. The Veros is adjustable for right- or left-handed shooting and is offered in either black or Realtree EDGE camouflage. MSRP: $95-$106 | truglo.com

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