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HHA TX5500 or TX5519

Old 03-31-2008, 04:41 PM
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is anyone using the HHA TX5500 or 5519 i should have my 5519 here by thurs just wondering how everyone likes the sight plus do you like the micro elavation on it.........Ted
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Old 04-02-2008, 05:37 PM
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seems hard to believe no one is shooting either one of these,two days and no replys thats not good.i thought HHA were good sights............Ted
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Old 04-02-2008, 07:42 PM
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I shoot the OL-5000 sight and love it!



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Old 04-05-2008, 09:05 PM
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i got my TX5519 tonite and am gonna site it in tommorow,i had a truglo single pin on my truth bow it was a nice brite pin but sloppy adjustment,this hha is solid i think i am really gonna like this 10ft of fiber with the rheostat this is sweet what more could you want besides a new bow LOL
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Old 04-07-2008, 05:49 AM
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The HHA sights are the best rear sliders on the market. They have been a good seller for me as well. That tells me I am not the only one who likes them!

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Old 04-07-2008, 03:26 PM
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i put the HHA TX5519 on the ole x force last night this sight is awesome the micro adjustments on it are real nice not saying the truglo wasn't a good sight but this one is a lot nicer the rheostat is a good feature on here nice brite pin also and this thing is solid thumbs up to HHA for a good built sight............Ted
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Old 04-07-2008, 04:29 PM
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ORIGINAL: Chasebaker

I shoot the OL-5000 sight and love it!


I have the OL-5000 as well. I really like how the sight is made, and how solid it is, but I am still not sure how I like the single pin. It seems like it would be a bother to adjust the yardage when a deer walks in. I guess I will find out how well I like it this fall when I am in a treestand!!!
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Old 04-07-2008, 05:34 PM
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I shoot the OL-5000 sight and love it!


I have the OL-5000 as well. I really like how the sight is made, and how solid it is, but I am still not sure how I like the single pin. It seems like it would be a bother to adjust the yardage when a deer walks in. I guess I will find out how well I like it this fall when I am in a treestand!!!
I can shoot mine out to 30 yards without moving it if I am pressed for time. On longer shots I always figure if I don't have the couple of seconds needed to move the sight I'd be better off not taking a longer shot.

Good Luck this Fall!!

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Old 04-07-2008, 08:50 PM
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I shoot the OL-5000 sight and love it!


I have the OL-5000 as well. I really like how the sight is made, and how solid it is, but I am still not sure how I like the single pin. It seems like it would be a bother to adjust the yardage when a deer walks in. I guess I will find out how well I like it this fall when I am in a treestand!!!
my boss shoots a multi pin site he ask me how i could shoot just one pin,i like them there is no confusion on picking or choosing a pin and you have better vision with one pin seeing your object but what works for me might not for you.thats one of the biggest reasons i got an x force bow cause its fast and i don't need as much adjustment with my site is i did on my other bows,these hha sights are sweeeeet
though.........Ted
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