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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-04-2015, 11:48 PM Thread Starter
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Spot hogg VS CBE

I am looking to upgrade my sight for next year and have narrowed it down to two but the internet and local archery shops cannot answer 2 of my questions. Maybe you guys can help, personal thoughts also appreciated.

1. How long are the fiber optics on the Spot Hogg wrap kit?

2. What batteries are in the light on the CBE sniper pro x?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-09-2015, 04:43 PM
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Re: Spot hogg VS CBE

The wraps on the Spot Hoggs will easily keep your pins lit till after shooting hours, they're awesome. And they're not crazy bright on a really sunny day.
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the cbe sight is built like a tank, dont ask how i know but it will with stand the weight of a chevy 1500. Also the sight pins are really bright and the light is really nice also
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Re: Spot hogg VS CBE

I've got three Spot Hogg sights with Wrap Kits, and I've had them all apart. I cannot swear to it, but I'm going to say the fibers are roughly 8".

In my eyes there is no comparison, Spot Hogg all the way. I've been around enough of the CBE stuff, it's nice and well built but nothing like Spot Hogg.

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