APEX GEAR COVERT Sight Lens Kit

 

APEX GEAR COVERT Sight Lens Kit

 

The prospects of hunting aren’t growing dimmer with age, thanks to a solution for cranking up the clarity and casting more light on the all-important sight pins. The COVERT Sight Lens Kit by APEX GEAR is the solution to low-light hunting conditions and challenged eyesight when hunting with the APEX Gear COVERT series of sights.

AG430B_LHunting in low light is an accepted nuance of bow hunting for whitetail deer, turkey and other popular game. Oftentimes game movement occurs during early morning hours, before the sun brings light to the woods.  Dense ground cover and trees bearing full masts of leaves from summer growth make it challenging to view quarry on the move.

The COVERT sight lens kit features approximately 2x magnification, allowing archers to see-pins with greater clarity. For hunting in bright light conditions, the lens kit features an anti-reflective coating, preventing any reflection or refraction that might spook the target.

At 1.87 inches in diameter, the wider viewing area opens up for better vision and target acquisition. Optical grade polymer in the lens material is stronger and lighter than glass, for more durability, safety and rugged use in harsh environments and conditions.

Installing the COVERT sight lens kit is easy; all it takes is placing the O-ring between the lens and retaining ring.

Hunters will want to check local regulations to make sure magnifying lenses are legal. If using a sight lens is permitted, then you’ll enjoy better clarity using multi-pin sights. The payback is more confidence in your gear and ability to shoot, and that all connects with hunting success.

APEX GEAR is PERFORMANCE DRIVEN. To learn more about their complete line of sights, quivers, stabilizers and other accessories, visit apex-gear.com.

 

Original Source; Sportsmans Lifestyle.com

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