Re: Single pin sights
I've used the HHA all my life and don't foresee changing anytime soon. I like to run with the .010 pin instead of the .019 or .029 pin, because when you drop back at longer yardages and shoot, your pinpoint accuracy will decrease with large pins. Whatever you do, if you decide to get an HHA single pin, the rheostat is a must! You can control the brightness of the pin and that's a sweet feature to have.
A little hint for you as far as the coding goes on HHA sights;
If you see HHA OL-5019 listed, this is what that means;
OL- Optimizer light (The model of the sight)
50- that means it doesn't have a reheostat
19- That means it has a .019 pin size.
I personally run an HHA OL-5510
55- means it has a rheostat
10- means it has the smaller .010 pin.
I often wonder,Why do people get mad, when you tell them the truth?
"You can't fix stupid!"