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#1 7pointbuck

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Posted 24 January 2007 - 09:22 AM

hello, can you share your opinions of the timberline no-peep. how did it work for you?

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Posted 24 January 2007 - 10:21 AM

It works great for me.

But do yourself a favor. Read the manual before you try and set this thing up and use it.

I use a kisser in conjunction with my No-Peep because until you get used to centering the dot on it uses peripheral vision this thing will drive you nuts.

Draw center the no-peep and mind where the kisser is. Concentrate on not letting the kisser move and put the right pin on target, shoot.

This works well enough that my PH in Africa who shoots a 27inch draw used MY 31inch draw bow with a no-peep and kisser to shoot his steenbok. This was his first shot ever with my bow and first bow killed animal. He'd have never pulled that off with a peep bow. His shot is on the DVD ;)
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