The RASp1 Rangefinding Bow Sight with AFT Adjusted Flight Technology (AFT)
The archery industry continues to see new products to help a shooter be more accurate and precise delivering an arrow to a target. Advancements in bow designs from the earliest longbows to recurves and compound bows help the archer deliver a faster and more precise arrow on target. Advancements in arrow rest, releases, range finders and bow sights are helping shooters to be much more accurate. Being more accurate helps the hunter make more ethical shots on game and target shooters get higher scores. All this doesn't change the fact that shooting a bow requires practice and proper technique to be successful. The bow sight has evolved from a single pin to multiple pins, pendulum pins, peeps and mechanical pins. The common problem with all archery shots is judging the range to the target. The arrow flies on an arch path and the shooter relies on the target marker set for a particular range to hit a target. To help shooters get an accurate range, many will carry a rangefinder to scan and range the distance to the target. Once a range is acquired, the shooter will pick the pin on his sight that most closely matches the distance. If the distance is not an exact match to a calibrated pin, then the shooter must decide to hold over/under the desired target to make the shot. What if there was a bow sight that would combine a rangefinder with sight pin markers and it would automatically present the shooter with an exact target marker for any target with-in a calibrated range! Enter the NEW BOWRANGER laser rangefinding bow sight. With the BOWRANGER a shooter only has to RANGE-AIM-SHOOT. Another issue for any archer is shooting uphill or downhill or how the arrow will react on an incline. Inclines can add or decrease the effective range to a target and make choosing the correct target pin much harder. This isn't a problem when using the BOWRANGER with Adjusted Flight Technology (AFT).