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crosshair or reddot???????

Im interested in what the majority of guys use for optics.I still use a single dot red dot.By TRUE GLOW
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cross hairs.

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cross hairs.

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Red-Dot for me on my Horton.
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Low magnification crosshair scopes on all of my bows.

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Either. Whichever one you like the most. Neither are perfect. Completely personal choice. I have had both and as long as the dots on the red dot sight are matched to the bow, 40 yards shots are easy with the right combo. The old "I'm afraid my battery might die"! Blah blah blah is honestly just that. Blah. Keep an extra battery or two on hand and always remember to shut the sight off and you should never have a problem...

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