Bow Sights: When considering bow sights, you should know that all top-quality hunting sights today employ some sort of fiber optic sight pin that makes viewing the pin possible even in dim light, when game is most active. Most bow hunters use sights with three to five pins that can be set at varying distances. The key to selecting these archery supplies is to chose a quality hunting sight with a minimal number of screws and/or bolts, a rugged pin guard to protect the fiber optic material, an easy-to-use vertical and horizontal adjustment and with a bubble level.
When considering a crossbow scope, you can choose either a red dot laser sight and/or an optical sight. When evaluating an optical scope, you should use the same criteria as with evaluating a gun scope. The useful magnification will be 2.5 to 5X range and the eye relief is typically around 2.5 – 3.5 inches for optical bow sights.