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Peep Eliminator

Old 03-05-2006, 09:25 PM
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I was at the Iowa Deer Classic saturday and I trieda peep elininator. It looks like a rifle sight. I liked it alot and I shot great with it, but I am wondering if anyone has used one of these in a hunting situation and how they work.
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Old 03-06-2006, 08:41 PM
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A close friend of mine purchasedone like you speak of last season. He would probably give it to you. It should be noted thathe is an accomplished archer and has harvested many quality game animals with the stick and string.

His goal from departing the conventional in-string peepwas to achieve the most from the last fading minutes of available shooting light.If you've hunted for any length of time, we've all been there. His rear sight system was made from machined aluminum and as I recall, had a fairlyhefty price tag. "Hindsight" comes to mind. I looked it over when it arrived and was not too impressed.

I'm not posting to bash the item, as some may shoot it very well. I personally did not care for it and after many hours of shooting, neither did he.

Ironically, I made a "loose the peep" post on this message board about a year ago... complete with pictures and a how-to paragraph or three. You could do a search for that or I'll link you there if I can find it. Something tells me that the server used back then was changed, so there is a chance that it may no longer be archived here.
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Old 03-07-2006, 02:36 PM
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I currently use the No-Peep by Timberline. I love it. And I do hunt more than I shoot target(although I am shooting more and more target lately) and this year I took my first buck with the no-peep attached. I also took a doe with it.

I think you will find as many people against them as for them. It is all a matter of preferance. I had a friend that I recommended it to and he did'nt like it at all. Now I think if he gave it a shot he probably would have liked it a bit more but he gave up on it pretty quick.

All I can say is give it a try to see if you like it. I personally know that every bow I shoot will have the No-peep installed.
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Old 03-07-2006, 07:03 PM
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another advocate of the timberline no-peep
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