- To tie the peep site itself into the string, take the long length of serving and form a loop at one end of the string. We’ll put it through the groove on the peep sight and see how it works. To do this, bring the end side of the longer piece back to the peep site and wrap it around the bottom of the string, then thread the long end piece through the loop you just produced and carefully tighten it.
What do you tie a peep sight with?
When tying in the peep, 014 braided serving material, such as BCY Powergrip or Halo Serving, is the best material to utilize. This approach necessitates the use of two portions of serving material that are approximately 24″ in length.
Do you have to tie in a peep sight?
It is critical that you secure your peep sight in the proper manner. While an unsecured peep sight might slide in the string, impacting accuracy and consistency, it can also fly out of the string when your bow is fired, putting you or bystanders at risk of being injured.
Can you use braided fishing line to tie in a peep sight?
Once the button is pressed, the peep can be raised. I use 8 lb Fireline for tying a peep in, and it works excellent for the job.
What is an anchor sight?
With the Anchor Sight, you can see a display consisting of small characters printed on a Glow disc, which you can examine through a magnifying lens. When you fire the Anchor Sight, you will open your eyes to a whole new universe of information and understanding. For the first time, you will be able to watch exactly what is happening with your picture for the first time.