Bowhunting Peep Sights by Red Hawk Archery
peep sights
The large, amber, acquisition aperture in the peep increases contrast during times of waning daylight and overcast days.

You are able to see the entire animal in the transparent, amber lens while still having a smaller clear area to refine your aiming point. The large viewing area also eliminates the problem of "picking the wrong pin" due to a decreased field of view. The small black ring helps define the clear area from the amber viewing area.
Home  |  Peep Sights  |  Archery Scopes  |  Strings/Cables  |  Contact  |  FAQ  |  Pro Staff  |  Links  | Privacy  |  Spinner | User Site Map XML
Service Disabled Veteran(USMC) Owned Business

Our friends at Mrs. Doe Pee  and Two Bears Archery love the Low Light Peep.
Our bowhunting peep sight is a favorite of bear hunters and turkey hunters due to its ability to acquire the maximum amount of light during those prime archery hunting times when light is at its worst level.

Kudu, WartHog, Impala, Duiker and many other African species have fallen prey to bowhunters using the Low Light Peep Sight..
Sam Collora used the Low Light Peep Sight #2020 to take one of
the largest Whitetail deer in the USA.

Low Light Peep Sights
Redhawk Archery, 3424 Marquette, High Ridge MO 63049
636.209.4211, FAX 636.677.4806
(c) 2013, All Rights Reserved
peep sight
Peep Site
Bowhunting Peep Sights
Many elk have been harvested by bowhunters using the #2020 and the #4040 peep sight. Our Pro Staffers have shot Pope and Young elk in Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico and Arizona. The bowhunting staff has also taken numerous trophy Whitetails and Mule Deer in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, South Dakota, Colorado, Kansas.... well, you get the idea!

  The Low Light Peep is like having 2 peepsights in one!

Red Hawk bowhunting peep sights are used to harvest all types of tropies world wide.

archery peep sight