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The Wheel Bow Sight


· Four .019 pins
· Top .019 Pin Glows in Complete Darkness
· Glowing Aperture for Perfect Sight Alignment in Low Light Conditions
· Tool-less Windage Adjustment
Included Sight Light
· Included Calibrated Sight Tapes
· Bottom Pin Adjusts from 40-100 Yards with Turn of a Dial


24 in stock

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Product Description

The Wheel Instructions

Included in package

  • 2 riser mounting bolts
  • 1 sight light
  • 1 set of sight tapes
  • 1 Wheel sight

Mounting instructions

  • Remove sight from package
  • Align sight holes on sight with mounting holes on riser with sight aperture oriented in the same direction as the shelf on the bow
  • Start both Allen bolts by hand
  • Tighten down Allen bolts with a 1/8 inch Allen wrench (not included)

Windage adjustments

In Order to make a windage adjustment follow these simple steps:

  1. Turn the tool less windage lockdown adjustment counter clockwise approximately ½ a turn.
  2. Make left/right windage adjustment needed.
  3. Turn the tool less windage lockdown adjustment clockwise approximately ½ a turn.
  4. Repeat steps 1 through 3 as needed until windage is Zeroed

WARNING: Failure to loosen windage lockdown adjustment can lead to damage of the sight

Selecting a sight tape

  1. Sight in the Bottom Pin for 30 yards Both windage and elevation and make a mark in line with the yardage pointer.
  2. Using the Dial on the side of the sight to sight in your bottom pin at 60 yards and make another reference mark.
  3. Take the provided sight tapes and line up the 60 and 30 reference marks with 60 and 30 on the sight tape. The tape that matches the gap of your reference marks in the one you will install one the sight.
  4. Take the sight tape you have determined to be the right tape for your bow and install so that the pointer is lined up with the 60-yard mark you have made and the 60-yard mark on the sight tape.
  5. Adjust the pointer so that it lines up with the 50-yard mark and then go ahead and sight in your top 3 pins for 40,30 and 20 yards by loosening the Allen head screws on the base of the pin and moving the pin in the sight track.