The peep sight is a bowhunter’s rear sight and is something that should not be taken for granted, especially when you’ve got your pin on an animal you’ve waited a lifetime to harvest. That animal for me this year was a javelina and I put my trust into Clearshot Archery’s 2Tone PEEP.
The innovative peep sight comes in a variety of colors including gold, green, purple and pink within a black housing. The bright colors provide for easier sight recognition, especially in low-light conditions which is when most of the game I hunt are most active. For those who are color-impaired, this peep sight is definitely for you. I’ve been able to shoot tighter groups in the backyard, but how did it perform in the field? Two of us went out with Clearshot Archery peeps and both of us tagged out for the year that evening before sunset with the longest shot registering at 50 yards. The results, and the delicious javelina fajitas, speak for themselves.
The lightweight aluminum peeps are available in 7/32”, 3/16” and 1/8” apertures to match your hunting conditions. It’s important to pick the right peep as it directly impacts your sight picture. That’s why I shoot a Clearshot Archery peep. If you’d like to learn more about these innovative 100% American-made peeps, visit ClearshotArchery.com. If you are currently shooting one, I’d love to hear how it’s performed for you.
Tight Lines and Big Tines!