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Carolina Foxfire TP Deluxe

Old 07-11-2006, 09:49 PM
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Default Carolina Foxfire TP Deluxe

Bought one of these a while back. Has to be one of the lightest weight sights I have handled. The light is a soft blue LED that is just enough to ignite the fiber optics. Does not create a huge halo of light at dusk like some I have seen. The pins are extremely well protected and each have a thumbscrew adjustment. The windage and elevation adjustments can also be done easily with the knurled aluminum knob type adjustment posts. These can be tightened to the extreme after fine adjustments have been made by inserting an allen wrench or small screwdriver thru the hole in the adjustment knobs. Sight comes with bubble level (even though I don't hunt in areas where needed) that will help with keeping bow angle under control. Overall this sight has performed shot after shot with no variance. They are selling for pretty good prices at different outlets. I got mine New from Ebay for 40.00. I believe this is a great site for someone who is treestand hunting. I am not sure how well it would hold up doing the spot and stalk thing.(Although it does seem to be fairly rugged in design. The Marked site window ring is perfect size for getting entire sight window picture quickly when coming to full draw. These marks may not seem like much but they actually help tremendously in keeping entire window centered in peep as compared to a solid ring around the site window. They call it SPT Spectral Distribution Technology. Believe me, I had a solid color ring before and this setup blows it away. Anyway, thats my 2 cents and mostly MHO. Hope this may help someone.

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Old 07-12-2006, 01:44 AM
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Default RE: Carolina Foxfire TP Deluxe

I have the FoxfireTP also. I really like that you don't need an Allen wrench to move the pins. The sight seems pretty solid and the ring does fit nicely in the peep.BUT... If you have to change a pin due to breakage (Like I had to) it is a real pain in the butt! I had3 guys at the range try to replace the pin and nobody was able to. I had to take it to a proshop. For this problem alone I wouldn't buy it again. Granted I'm not the handiest guy around but replacing a pin on this sight is rediculous.
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