PERFECT PEEP=PERFECT GROUPS
The peep sight is an absolute MUST have in compound archery. It allows you to line up the front sight with a rear (peep) sight, just like on a long range accuracy rifle using iron sights. In hunting situations, a larger diameter peep is preferred to allow in more light in low light bowhunting conditions. However, the bigger the peep, the greater the opportunity to have a front sight/rear peep sight misaligned. During my offseason training and shooting, I reduce my peep size in order to force myself to be better aligned. This quickly shrinks group size and will give you a quick understanding about the importance of these two aspects of aiming and accuracy. This video talks you through this concept more in depth and can give you something to apply to your off-season to get better groups down range!