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    Default Re: Garmin's new Archery sight

    That $800 is the entry level scope. If you want the dual color LED pins, it's $1000. Yep, $1000 for a bow sight.

    WOW.

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    Default Re: Garmin's new Archery sight

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    Around here, goat paths are about all that's left to avoid NewJersidiots.
    That's a tough choice there...New Jersey idiots or Mooslums...
    If at first you don't succeed try a different angle.

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    Default Re: Garmin's new Archery sight

    Quote Originally Posted by j_h_smith View Post
    That $800 is the entry level scope. If you want the dual color LED pins, it's $1000. Yep, $1000 for a bow sight.

    WOW.
    There's a looooot of people out there with too much money.
    If at first you don't succeed try a different angle.

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    Default Re: Garmin's new Archery sight

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    There's a looooot of people out there with too much money.
    Oh, I have no doubt there will be a lot of them sold. Particularly after they give them to the pro hunters and people get to see them used on the TV hunting shows. That will do it.

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    Default Re: Garmin's new Archery sight

    The rule of thumb is spend at least as much on the scope as the rifle. Seems like a $1000 sight on a $900 to $1400 crossbow is about right.

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    Default Re: Garmin's new Archery sight

    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    The rule of thumb is spend at least as much on the scope as the rifle. Seems like a $1000 sight on a $900 to $1400 crossbow is about right.
    This is becoming less and less the case with rifles. There is some pretty damn good glass out there for less than the cost of a rifle.

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    Default Re: Garmin's new Archery sight

    Quote Originally Posted by Bang View Post
    The rule of thumb is spend at least as much on the scope as the rifle. Seems like a $1000 sight on a $900 to $1400 crossbow is about right.
    Except most bow sites are closer to an expensive set of flip-up iron sites than an optic.

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