For any compound bowhunter who is interested in fine tuning your shot, this Anchor Sight will help by bounds. I have a pretty good shot group and understand the importance of shot placement as you usually have one chance to make a good shot. I would have gone out on any hunt knowing that my shot was going to hit the mark within a couple inches depending on the conditions(shivers, wind, scared). I dont like knowing I could be a couple inches off and have tried different breathing techniques and so on. Long story short, I was watching a hunting show for caribou and noticed this gadget on this guys bow and at the end of the show he plugged the gadget. Its the Anchor Sight. I bought in to the concept and ordered it. I dont like buying "made for TV crap" and was very hesitant but did it anyway in the hopes of fine tuning my shot. I have succeeded. I didnt realize the amount of wrist movement I had until now and that made a world of difference. I touch arrows every shot and even racked up a few broken knocks. Now I shoot at standard five shot targets trying not to waste arrows.
It is kind of a pain to tune in because the adjustments become minute toward the end and trying to do it by yourself will take it out of you because you have to be at full draw to tune it. Anyway, give it a look see and I hope it helps if you buy in to the concept as I did.
If you do order it call the guy. Its a little business and the guy had a hard time filling orders after that hunting show aired because the show did not have permission to advertise. I still got it in about a week.
"Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it."Jim Henderson