A Peep Sight, also known as a string peep is a small round piece of metal or rubber which is set in-between the strands of the string of a bow above the notching point to sight in line with the bow sight for aiming a Compound Bow.
How a Peep Sight works[edit | edit source]
Common Peep Sight problems[edit | edit source]
- Strands of the string obstructing your view.
- Improper string rotation.
- Decreased arrow speed due to drag.
- String stretching causing Peep Sight to move.
- Lost accuracy due to oversized Peeps.
- Diminished target acquisition.
- Rubber tubing snapping off.
Types of Peep Sights[edit | edit source]
- Trio-style Peep.
- Fletcher style Peep.
- Rubber tube Peep.
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