How To | EZ V Sight

Using the Tick-Marks to Gauge Distance

Sighting-In is EZ but follow the directions! Enclosed with your EZ V Sight is a Vital Zone Paper Target (see Images Above) and Sight-In Instructions. The black oval on the Vital Zone Paper Target represents the average width of most regulated hunted game species and each pair of Tick-Marks represents your 20-yd, 30-yd, 40-yd, etc. “pins”. Once you Sight-In pursuant to the Sight-In Instructions, your distance will be set for each pair of Tick-Marks starting from 20-yds, 30-yds, 40-yds, etc.

Finding an Animal’s Vitals

The vitals of most animals are the size of a basketball – the “ball” will fit in the V at the exact distance to shoot.

Wherever the equivalent circumference of a basketball fits within the walls of the V sets the correct distance to your target. Notice that this imaginary basketball (see image one above) is at 20-yds because the circumferance of a basketball fits snuggly within the walls of the V at 20-yds at the center of the imaginary basketball. If the imaginary basketball is at 40-Yards (See first image below), the equivalent circumference of a basketball will fit lower on the V.

For a broadside shot, imagine the size of a basketball as a familiar size reference for framing the deer’s vitals (between the deer’s front shoulder and the end of the rib cage). Wherever the equivalent circumference of a basketball fits within the walls of the V sets the correct distance to your target. If the deer is at 30-Yards, the equivalent circumference of a basketball will fit higher on the V than if the deer is at 50-Yards. Your arrow will impact in the center (middle point of a circle or sphere) of the imaginary basketball resulting in a double lung shot without having to pre-range distance.

Larger game can be shot by simply cradling the vitals resulting in shot placement dropping 1 1/2″, no worries OR simply frame a “basketball” area on any species

Turkeys and Small Game Birds

Turkeys & Small Game Birds – Use as a Traditional Pin Sight or Shoot Using the distance ranging V-Technology.

Traditional Pin Sight Method

If you want to use the EZ V Sight to hunt Turkeys and small game animals, simply range the small game animal and center the animal vertically between the V configurations (see first image above) with the appropriate pair of Tick-Marks (distance) centered on each side of the vital zone. Your arrow will impact straight down the middle.

Distance Ranging V-Technology Method

A Turkey’s vitals is NOT the equivalent size of a basketball. Therefore, all you have to do is compensate for the width by framing the small game animal in the center of the V and leaving space on both sides of the small game animal that would equal the width of the imaginary basketball. EZ!

A Turkey’s body is approximately the average width of a deer. To shoot a Turkey using the distance ranging V-Technology, simply frame the Turkey’s body (minus the head and tail) until the Turkey’s body fits snuggly within the walls of the V and shoot! The arrow will impact in the center of the Turkey’s kill zone.

Small Game – Traditional Pin Sight Method

If you want to use the EZ V Sight to hunt small game animals, simply range the small game animal and center the animal vertically between the V configurations (see first image above) with the appropriate pair of Tick-Marks (distance) centered on each side of the vital zone. Your arrow will impact straight down the middle.

If you want to use the V-Technology (range finding technology) to hunt small game animals, simply frame the right and left side of the vital zone area (know your small game anatomy!) at whatever distance a picture of a basketball would fit snuggly in the V-Configuration (see second image above). This sets your distance without having to pre-range. Once you get use to framing that imaginary basketball, you can hunt any size game animal or simply use your sighted-in Tick-Marks as a traditional pin sight.