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Old 04-30-2014, 09:57 AM   #1
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Old 04-30-2014, 10:58 AM   #2
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I drill all mine out larger . Alot of times I take the aperture out and look threw threaded hole and shoot the match , The 2 on left are stock and I drilled the aperture on right larger or I will shoot it without aperture in it . Your not aligning anything up . You use the hole like a camera aperture to make target sharp , bright and clear . When it is centered the target will be sharp and bright , then pop the trigger .
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I would keep a variety of sizes on hand for silhouette work. The size you will want to use on a bright sunny day won't be right for a darker, cloudy day. Not enough light through the peep will make the target harder to see and actually reduce performance. Better too large a hole than too small.
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Old 04-30-2014, 11:43 PM   #5
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I would keep a variety of sizes on hand for silhouette work. The size you will want to use on a bright sunny day won't be right for a darker, cloudy day. Not enough light through the peep will make the target harder to see and actually reduce performance. Better too large a hole than too small.
That is why I like the Steven's 105 peep. It has three different sizes in one peep.
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That is why I like the Steven's 105 peep. It has three different sizes in one peep.
Wow, somebody's up early, .. or is it up late??
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Wow, somebody's up early, .. or is it up late??
Hey, 303, was beginning to wonder if you got et by a griz.
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I'm still waiting you report on his 753 and see if played with larger aperture and to rely on sight picture and not sight alignment .

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