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|THE ELIMINATOR PRO|
|REPLACEMENT PINS FOR THE ELIMINATOR PRO|
|FIBER OPTICS FOR THE ELIMINATOR PRO|
The fiber optics will sell by the pack for $19.99 plus $5.50 shipping. The fiber comes in 12" lengths, two green, two amber and one red pre pack.
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THIS KIT WILL WORK ON ANY OF THE CURRENT BOWS AS WELL AS THE OLDER MODELS. THIS KIT REPLACES ALL PREVIOUS KITS . IT COMES IN BLACK ANODIZE ONLY.
The Eliminator Pro has four set up options. It is offered with 3 different Vertical Pins, and now with a Horizontal Pin set up. The Vertical Pins are all preset. The 5-Dot pin has an 1/8" gap between the fiber optic dots. This pin is made for faster shooting bows (bows with an arrow speed of 260 or faster). The general concept behind this is, if you sight-in your bottom pin at 60 yards you will have approximately 10 yards between your other pins. The 3-Dot and 4-Dot pins have a 1/4" gap between them. These are for slower shooting bows (bows with an arrow speed of 250 or slower). The Horizontal Pin comes with a 3-Pin set up, however, you can order additional pins if needed. With this set up you can position your pins at what ever yardage you prefer.
The rear part of the sight is the first area you set up. This attaches to your anchor point, ensuring comfort when you look through at full draw. The next step is to bring your front sight over until it lines up with the rear pin. Thats it!
You can obtain instructions by downloading them here. An instructional DVD is included inside the package as well.
*If using the PSE X Force with a 6" brace height, The Eliminator Pro will work on your bow, but you have to flip the rear pin tail section over. Turn the straight edge side toward the back of your riser, the 45 toward your cables, and make sure you use a cable stop on your cable slide bar.
The parts on the Eliminator Pro are machine to a very tight tolerance. Some customers have over torqued the screw on the Main Mounting Bracket where you make your left and right adjustment. The results of the over torqued screw cause the Main Mounting Bracket to break where the machine dove tail is. Therefore the crossbar mount which is the left and right adjustment is moving when the bow is fired. This is not covered under the Warranty Policy. In the Instructional DVD I clearly stress do not over tighten the screws. Should you over tighten the screw you will have to buy a New Main Mounting Bracket and pay the Shipping & Handling charges. *
For Folks with a Left or Right Eye Dominance.
The Eliminator Pro Elite Sight is the Only Sight On The Market That Will Work For People With An Eye Dominance Problem.
The Eliminator Pro already had more left and right adjustment on the front box housing than the other sight manufactures. What I found out thru my customers is the Eliminator Pro didn’t have enough adjustment either for some people. The Eliminator Pro Elite has a quarter inch more adjustment added to it for that reason. Some customers called and told me they still needed a little more adjustment so they could move it out more to the left. The sights that are being built right now, I went back an added another 3/4 of an inch to the cross bar mount for even more adjustment. Since the original Eliminator Pro Sight was introduce to the market, I’ve added 1inch to the cross bar mount for your left and right adjustments and a 1/4 inch to the rear pin tail section. The Extreme Rear Sight will move out to the left far enough, but your other sight manufactures sights will not move over enough for you to line the two up and get sighted in. I know the Compound Rifle Sight or Peep Eliminator is advertising their sight will do the same thing. The problem is they are using someone else’s front sight to make a complete system and it’s not going to work. You can test it with the sight you already have. Move your sight over to the left and see if it will go out far enough for you to sight with your left eye while anchoring at your same anchor point. I don’t believe you’re going to be able to move it that far. I don’t want you to think at I’m just trying to get you to purchase my sight. I want to keep you from throwing your money away on something that I know is not going to work for you. There are too many companies out there today, that are making all kinds of promises about their products and when we purchase them, they want do half of what they claim it will do. I’m trying to get those products off the market or either make the manufactures tell the truth about their products and their performance.
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