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    I'm looking at an HHA DS5519 or CBE Tek Hunter XL with a single pin scope. There is about a $40 difference between them.

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    I have two HHAs...5519 and 5510 and always thought they were great sights. I wanted to try something different with greater range for long yardage shots and picked up a Tek Target based upon several conversations with some Eafer's. Although I have never had an issue with my HHAs I don't think I will ever buy one again after seeing the CBE. I will continue to use my HHAs but I really think they are extremely overpriced for what you are getting after having my CBE for only about a week. Originally I was going to get the Tek Hunter XL but found a Tek Target that came with the Hunter bar and block (for sight mounted quivers). Again I haven't had mine long but I absolutely love it so far. The HHA seems pretty cheap sitting next to the CBE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HORSEMOVER View Post
    I have two HHAs...5519 and 5510 and always thought they were great sights. I wanted to try something different with greater range for long yardage shots and picked up a Tek Target based upon several conversations with some Eafer's. Although I have never had an issue with my HHAs I don't think I will ever buy one again after seeing the CBE. I will continue to use my HHAs but I really think they are extremely overpriced for what you are getting after having my CBE for only about a week. Originally I was going to get the Tek Hunter XL but found a Tek Target that came with the Hunter bar and block (for sight mounted quivers). Again I haven't had mine long but I absolutely love it so far. The HHA seems pretty cheap sitting next to the CBE.
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    At least the CBE will have a 2nd axis adjustment on it. You can always add the 3rd axis to it as well. I have many HHA's and they work well but the CBE just has more features and it better built.

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    Leaning toward the CBE. Was thinking I'd like to try a single pin but I may go with the tek hunter XL 4 pins and use the 4th for sliding to longer yardage. Best of both worlds.

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    I'm in the same boat right now. Getting a single pin after my tax refund. I probably wont shoot past 60 yds. Both look really good to me. What is weight difference? CBE heavier than HHA?
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    Though an option, hha has a 2nd and 3rd axis bracket for this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ArcherAdam View Post
    Though an option, hha has a 2nd and 3rd axis bracket for this year.

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    I thought the same thing, but hha's website only shows the 2nd axis bracket. I swear I heard they were doing a 3rd axis. Do you have a link or anything?
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    CBE is my #1 single pin sight. The MBG Ascent is a far second.
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    The PIMP likes that one Karbon!!!!

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