sight on adjustable side bracket for more versatility
sight with ground level adjustability
20 inches of light gathering fiber optics
read all instructions before starting.
the aperture to the clamp and bracket assembly and lightly
the entire assembly to the bow riser.
the windage at 1/8" left of center shot of the bow (right
the thumb screws and push the adjusting pin to the bottom
the ring by pushing the inner ring forward then push the
stop button down.
close to the target and shoot the first arrow at the target.
you shoot high, remove the aperture clamp and move up to
the next set of tapped holes. (Sometimes it is necessary
to rotate the aperture bracket 180 degrees to get it to
the proper location).
to the 20 yard range. Mark this yardage with the bottom
all screws being careful not to over tighten.
completion of the 20 yard adjustments, move to an elevated
position, release the stop button, shoot an arrow and check
for impact. You might have to move the pin setting to get
an exact shot placement. Once you are satisfied, tighten
the lower yardage indicator at this time.
on your bow and arrow setup, the arrows should impact the
target from distances as close as 5 yards to as far away
as 30 yards. Only practice will determine the exact distance
for your setup.
With the All Terrain Pendulum the archer has the option of
setting the sight for multiple ground distances. First, push
the rubber stop pin down to hold the pendulum in place and
shoot from a longer distance. When the distance is acquired,
set the other two yardage markers accordingly.