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RAD Super-Deuce 38 Peep, 1/8", Black, 38 (< 37" Axle length)
RAD Super-Deuce 38 Peep, 1/8", Black, 38 (< 37" Axle length)  Stock Photos - pictures may not match the actual item. Please refer to product description
RAD Super-Deuce 38 1/8in Peep

Horizontally mounted anodized aluminum peep sight mounted by splitting the string into just 2 strands. it features Dual Radius Slotting virtually eliminating string cutting burrs and sharp points. This 7/32" ultra model has an outside diameter of 1/2", and is stringed at 38 degrees for the perfect line up. The super-deuce is the only horizontal peep sight recommended for bows exceeding 70# peak draw weight.
  • Size: 1/8"
  • Color: Black
  • Style: 38 (< 37" Axle length)

    Anodized aluminum peep made on a 38 degree angle that will give the archer a true round aperture hole at full draw. Multiple deburring stages assure a burr free string grove.
  • Details
    SKU 27509
    Quantity in stock 29 item(s) available
    Price: $4.40


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