The Best Bow Sights For Hunting in 2023
Trophy Ridge Volt 5 Pin Bow Sight
- Five ultra-bright .019” medium horizontal fiber optic pins for ultimate visibility
- Offset mounting holes for added customizability
- Properly align shots with the precision installed bubble level
- Green hood accent for quicker sight acquisition
- Reversible mount design for use with left- and right-hand bows
TRUGLO RANGE-ROVER PRO LED Bow Sight, 2-Dot
- Dual dot Aperture provides additional Reference for long-range Shooting or Shooting without dialing for range
- Scope housing has 1/2 inch diameter circle with lighted center dot for superior long distance accuracy
- Adjustable green LED with 11 brightness settings with included CR2032 Battery
Trophy Ridge React Pro 5 Pin Bow Sight
- Mathematical precision of React Technology automatically adjusts all five pins to the optimal location
- Make easy corrections with advanced tool-less micro-click windage and elevation adjustments
- Strengthen accuracy at severe angles over longer distances with Third Axis Adjustment
- Durable stainless steel hardware and solid aluminum construction
- Ultra-bright .010” small fiber optic yardage indicators to compensate for various environmental conditions
Alpine Innovations Slicker Sight Guard, Crossbow Scope Housing, Waterproof Hunting Gear, Sportsman Archery Accessories, Camo Wrap - Sight (Stealth Shadow)
- GREAT FOR ALL HUNTING TRIPS: Our bow scope covering is the perfect addition to any archery/hunting tool set. Whether you are hunting deer, ducks (waterfowl), elk, turkeys, coons, pheasant, doves, pigs, or hogs your sight will stay protected and clean. Whether you hunt in the mountains, forests, or other locations, your bow sight pins will be protected whether you have 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 pins.
- HIGH-QUALITY EQUIPMENT: Our camo scope covers are made of a heavy-duty, water-resistant material similar to neoprene to keep your scope’s optics clear and ready for use whether you are using your bow or compound bow for hunting or tactical purposes. No need to have low-quality bulky caps or other types of scope protection.
- PROTECT FROM WEATHER CONDITIONS: Our scope coat is the perfect addition to any set of bow equipment. It acts as a heavy-duty weather shield and blocks wind, rain, cold weather, and other natural conditions you may encounter when using your bow outdoors in the elements. It is easy to quickly place and remove with one hand. When not in use the cover wraps snuggly around the scope for storage.
- EASY STORAGE AND PROTECTION: Each of our 2 camo-patterned sight covers is fun, compact, and can be stored on your scope to save you space and make sure that it doesn’t get lost. This also makes your new camouflage sight shield easily accessible. It can also be stored in your bow case for easy access and compact storage with other items in your hunting accessories kit.
- UNIVERSAL FIT: Works with all bow scopes including Predator, Coyote, Drake, and Hawk brands. It also works with pistol, magnifier, and rangefinder scopes with or without lights. Can be used by men and women, boys and girls, children, youth, and adults. This makes it a cool gift for anyone. Able to stay securely in place.
TOPARCHERY Archery Takedown Recurve Bow Hunting Long Bow Set Alloy Riser - Right Hand Black - Draw Weight 30lbs 40lbs - with Arrow Sight, Arrow Brush (Orange, 30lbs)
- Recurve bow draw length: 28 inch, Draw weight: 30lbs, 40lbs.
- The bow shoot accurately at stationary targets and long range.
- Alloy riser and fiberglass bow limbs,Performance and quality tested takedown recurve bow,high quality level and durable.
- Integrated design to allow for optimum hand placement for right hand shooters.
- Package including: 1 x sight, 1 x arrow brush, 1x bow riser, 2 x bow limbs, 1 x bowstring.
Field Logic-IQ Right Handed Pro One Bow Sight, Black (1007286)
- SINGLE MOVEABLE PIN - Quickly move your pin with the rapid thread adjustment
- TOOL-FREE LOCKING KNOBS - Lock your windage and elevation positions in place without the use of any tools
- BUILT-IN SIGHT LEVEL - fully enclosed .019 fiber optic pin
- TWO DISTANCE MARKING TAPES - One visible at full draw in the bezel housing and the other located on the outside of the bezel housing
- MICRO ADJUST KNOBS - Quick and simple adjustment of the elevation and windage to precise positions using the adjustment markings - Right Handed
Garmin Xero A1i Bow Sight, 2" Auto-Ranging Digital Bow Sight with Laser Locate, Dual-Color LED Pins for Unobstructed Views, Right-Handed
- Auto-ranging digital bow sight automatically measures distance to the target and provides an LED pin for the shot
- Dual-color LED pins allow you to clearly see your target, unobstructed by physical pins. 1 year of battery life with 2 Lithium AAA batteries (not included)
- Silent single-button trigger requires minimal movement; lets you range at rest or full draw up to 100 yards on game or up to 300 yards on reflective targets
- Customizable for single-pin and multi-pin configurations or manual pin selection
- Laser locate Feature enables use of a compatible Garmin GPS Device to know exactly where the target was located when the shot or range was taken
- Notice: Some jurisdictions regulate or prohibit use of this device. It is your responsibility to know and comply with applicable laws and rights to privacy in jurisdictions where you plan to use this device.
TOPOINT ARCHERY 3 Pin Bow Sight - Fiber, Brass Pin, Aluminum Machined - Right and Left Handed
- Material:6061-T6 aluminum
- Fiber optic diameter:0.029" color:red,green
- Level with two vertical bars
- Adjustable for left and right handed shooters
- Markings for elevation and windage
Apex Gear AG2301GB 1 Dot Covert Pro Sight, Right Hand/Left Hand, Black
- Pro dot illuminated aiming point
- Easy one hand adjustment
- Rear facing sight tape with adjustable indicator pin
- Micro-adjustable windage
HRCHCG Archery Recurve Bow Sight T Shape Black Color Hunting Shooting High Precision
- Simple Bow Sight
- T Shape Recurve Bow Sight
- Hunting Shooting High Precision
- Package include: 1 x bow sights
- 30-DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE if not satisfied with your purchase.
Job Hunting for the Physically Challenged or Handicapped
Searching for a job can be a stressful, time consuming, and depressing task to take on. However, when you are physically disabled there is a whole new degree of difficulty that's added.
Despite the overwhelming desire to bury your head in the sand, there are a few things that you can do to help yourself standout among a sea of other potential candidates. This is not to say that some employers will ultimately see your disability, but it may help them realize that you would be a great employee regardless.
First and foremost, tailor your job search and be honest with yourself. Your job search needs to be refined to only the jobs that you are qualified for and you can see yourself actually doing for the required amount of time per day. It's very easy to get caught up in applying for jobs just for the sake of applying. Be sure that you are not applying for as a cashier, if you can not comfortably stand on your feet for at least 8 hours a day. It is important that you judge the physical requirements of a job description by what you can do easily. This will prevent the early burn out and fatigue that will come from pushing your body to the limit everyday.
Research the company. Try to find companies that have great reputations for diversity and accommodating disabled employees. This type of information is easily found on the internet or magazine lists. See if there website has information about their healthcare benefits. You need to know if the type of things you may need during your tenure there would be covered under than plans; and if so, how much are they willing to pay out? The need for prosthetics, wheelchairs, canes, etc can become costly and if you plan to work for a company it's better know upfront that type of assistance available to you.
Understand the use of transferable skills. These are skills that you will use on just about any job that you have and usually go unnoticed by job seekers. Skills like the ability to multi-task, customer service skills, time management, and public speaking. There are many more transferable skills and if you have little work experience you may want to use this as a resume section.
Be positive about your disability and sell it. Generally, it's pretty hard to hide a disability, especially if you are asked in for an interview. So, don't try to. Instead be upbeat about your situation. Let the employer see that being disabled does define who you are or your capabilities. If you walk in with cement bricks on your shoulders, you can be sure that you didn't get that job. No one wants to hire a person who is going to bring down the rest of the staff. Be able to talk about the things that you have been able to accomplish despite your circumstances. These life experience stories are often pretty impressive. Also, use this time to shine a light on your analytical or creative side. People with a physical disability often have to other ways to do basic things. This gift will allow you to see problems differently than your counterparts and will be an asset that only you can bring to the table.
Get your degree. The best advice anyone can give is to get your degree. There are a lot of jobs out there if you have a bachelor's degree. The most obvious reason is that it is much easier to convince an interviewer that you can master sedentary work, than it is to prove to that you can do physically labor. You can also find grants to help you pay for school or organizations like vocational rehabilitation that will assist you. Your ability to persist through a curriculum as well as navigate your way through campus life shows how tough you are and the type of spirit you have.
Lack of computer skills can be a killer. In this day an age, if you cannot learn the common computer software, such as Microsoft Word, Excel, etc, you will find job searching a practically impossible feat. Today, most 1st graders have competencies in the basic software. Not to say that you cannot learn, but you need to start teaching yourself these programs as soon as possible, if you don't already know them.
Always be open-minded. For anyone searching for a job, allow yourself the opportunity to try something new. Thanks to the internet age, there is a new breed of flex time, telecommuting, non traditional work schedule positions that are popping up everyday. Don't be afraid to look at these opportunities. However, don't get scammed. Despite what any offer says if you have to pay a company to work for them, it's probably a scam.
Navigating your way through job searches can be difficult regardless of who you are or what your circumstances may be. However, when you are at the wheel with one hand, things can get a tad bit trickier.