The MFO fiber optic crossbow pin and peep sight is the only sight for crossbows that eliminates the complications of a scope. Crossbow scopes can provide many complications to your hunt as many are poorly built and weather conditions are not always favorable to a scope. Many hunters don’t really feel the need for a 3x scope when their average shot distance is 40 yards and in. The MFO fiber optic crossbow pin and peep sight especially helps those who are electing to hunt in the several states that do not allow scopes used for crossbow hunting. Every MFO sight can be fitted with the patented Tagged-Out® Rangefinder system.
Build Schedule 2013
1st) Build schedule for the custom MFO fiber optic crossbow pin and peep sight. The build schedule program is to help us ensure your order is delivered to you in a timely manner prior to your season.
2nd) Build schedule Retro Fit only for 2013 is as follows...
Orders placed by April10th will have a ship date of June 10th.
Orders placed by June 10th will have a ship date of August 10th.
3rd) Delivery of MFO fiber optic pin and peep sight may be sooner bases on factory inventory, but can’t be guaranteed unless it’s preordered.
4th) Above conditions only apply to retro fit models. Any other models of the MFO fiber optic pin and peep sights that fall under none retro are subject to different time frames. Don’t hesitate and get your order processed as soon as possible. In doing so will increase your chance of delivery before hunting season.
Read the How-To for mounting the MFO on a Barnett Crossbow
Read the How-To for mounting the MFO on a Stryker Crossbow
Read the How-To for mounting the MFO on an Excalibur Crossbow
Read the How-To for mounting the MFO on a Kodabow Crossbow
(If Equipped) start ranging and shooting!! Depending on what species “Tagged-Out”tm you have mounted on your Mulit Fiber Optic “MFO" sight, Deer, Elk or Deer/Elk Combo, simply use the size given to you by Bad River Outdoors. For Deer use a 16" target, and for Elk a 25". Now all you do is using the long horizontal bar at the bottom of your rangefinder, place this across the belly line of the 3d target or cardboard cutout of the animal. Then read where it's back lines up in the upper brackets to determine the distance. After reading the distance simply go to the pin that represents that given distance and shoot. While holding Belly bar in correct position at a moving animal, then view the back location to obtain a continuous reading of distance. We recommend that when practicing always range and shoot at the same time.
(1) The “Tagged-Out” Rangefinders for the MFO are a two color finish, the face side (animal’s view) is black with custom laser etching (image 1), and the hunter’s view is still a glow powder coat for the most visibility in low light conditions. (Image 2)
(2) Due to customer demand, we now have a Tagged-Out® Rangefinder that covers two species in one, Elk & Deer (image 2). This is for the hunters that are hunting both species on the same hunt. Or if preferred, you can purchase a Tagged-Out® for just Elk or Deer (Image 1). Ranges: Deer 0 - 50 yds, Elk 0 - 60 yds.
The MFO Crossbow Sight is constructed out of solid aluminum from front to back to hold up to the harshest conditions a hunter can throw at it.
The Multi Fiber Optic MFO Crossbow sight is the real deal when it comes to accuracy. The models designed to retro fit a specific crossbow are just for that crossbow and will shoot spot on target every time with factory recommended bolts. The Multi Fiber Optic MFO Crossbow sight pins are the brightest on the market today and are set either for 30 - 60 yards or 40 - 80 yards depending on the model and speed of the crossbow.
Custom MFO sights are made for many Crossbows. To find out if one can be made for yours, Call (989)642-2345 or contact us via email by clicking HERE.