We asked the team Kristen and Bastian Wolf to give us a fun first look at why Precision Peeps should be considered by our readers. We think they nailed it! What do you think?
Two reference points right on the bow. Sure, an exact anchor point perfected under perfect conditions at the range is a wonderful thing, but can you hit that anchor point every time from a tree stand, or blind, or rough terrain? Two reference points on the bow, aligned with your arrow, greatly reduce the margin for error found in traditional peeps. In real-life hunting situations, when your tag is on the line and it’s the last day of the season, are you willing to bank filling the freezer on the corner or your mouth? The string next to your nose? Or do you want the confidence of knowing exactly where your arrow is headed?