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Good slider sight
Hey what do you guys find to be the best slider sight for around $200 or less. Was thinking of getting an HHA, but would like some opinions.
I have an HHA. Works great. Solid. Accurate. Easy to adjust, even when an animal is moving near you and you need to re-position pin.
In my book the only 2 to consider are Montana Black Gold and Spot Hogg. I consider HHA a 3rd place vote or honorable mention.
Your price point may limit you a bit though. And honestly the difference between the top of the line and the middle of the pack has narrowed considerably in the last few years...
I have a single pin adjustable slider but I would now order a two pin (20,30 yards) slider .
HHA hands down....American made company that donates a portion of every sale to our veterans.
HHA single pin. Keep it simple stupid is a good rule for me at crunch time. Max distance on sight tape is 80 yards, which is way past my hunting range. Friends of mine prefer black gold 3 pin slider cause they can dial well past 100 yards. Fun for 3d I guess. Not for me though.
I've used HHA, but I only use MBG now. I really like the single pin.
Spot Hogg Fast Eddie 2 pin slider. Have them on my primary and backup bow. Don’t think I’ll ever switch. Simple and solid.
Spot Hogg Hogg father has been my go to for years. Rock solid sight
Had a HHA single pin for a few years, now have a MBG 3 pin slider. Both are great sights!
Its not under $200 but the best slider is the Garmin Xero
I have a couple HHA sliders for sale as I am downsizing my assessory inventory. I will be back to civilization mid next week from a deer hunt. If you have any interest, send me a PM and I will respond when I return home. Tks
Since switching to a wheelie bow I'd used a fixed MBG with horizontal pins. During turkey season I developed a nasty habit of doing "drive by" aiming from right to left. Tony Peterson (Bowhunter mag equipment editor) suggested I switch to a vertical single pin to fix that problem.
I called HHA with some questions and was told they would have the VP call me back. Never did call. So I went with MBG. My shooting improved 100%, and no issues with the sight after about 50 days of hard hunting on the ground, banging around, crawling through brush. For the kind of hunting I do I keep it on 30, which is good from 0-40, and I'm good to go.
MBG mountain lite with 3 pins.
MBG Whitetail Ascent with 5 pins on both bows.
Montana Black Gold. 3 pin slider.
MBG, Bowsite sponsor for ten years. Terrific customer service.
I have an MBG on one bow and an HHA Optimizer on another. I much prefer the MBG.
MBG I have a single pin and three pin ascent. Bomb proof. Awesome sights great customer service