I utry se a 2000 pro hunter bow sight it is a single pin adjustable sight you start by setten your target @ 10 yards and adjust it to hit dead center @10 yards and it comes with stick on yardage markers from 10 to 50 yards once you are dead on @ 10 YARDS APPLY THE STICKEY BACK YARDAGE MARKER AND MOVE OUT TO 20 -30- OR HOWEVER FAR YOU FEEL COMFERTIABLE SHOOTING TO MAKE A FAST CLEAN KILL, FOR ME IT IS 30 YARDS MAX THAT I shoot I like a good lung shot at 10 yeards but I do practice at 20- 25-30 yards also with keeping my arrows in a 3" inch group at all yardages out to 30 yards. if you range objects from your stand or ground blind when that deer walkes out you will know how far away he/she is and you can adjust your 1 pin sight and if you have done your homework and shoot your bow alot you can make a fast/cleaqn kill ! now 30 yards is my comfort zone but if you shoot great at 40 or 50 yards by all means take the shot if all the conditions are right. I shoot an older bear compound bow and have for 10 years. so if you dont like 3or 4 sight pins on your bow give this single pin sight a try . they cost about $ 20 -25 and are simple to put on your bow. by the way the pin is fiber-optic. well I hope this helps someone that loves bowhunting as much as I do !!!
be safe and good luck this fall as soon we will be taking to the woods for another great bowseason god bless us all