Superior, Wisconsin November 15, 2011 — The IQ Bowsight is without a doubt the most sought-after bowsight in the bowhunting industry. Despite the sophisticated technology inside the IQ’s Retina Lock, setting up the Retina Lock is actually exceptionally easy. IQ’s Mike Weinkauf guides you through its setup in a compilation of YouTube videos that can get you on target and dead-nuts accurate within just a few minutes.
The key is to not over think it. Set your 20-yard pin just like you would on any other sight, and then micro-adjust your Retina Lock to align with your eye while your anchor point and hold are perfect. Every shot after that will provide instant feedback that will tell you if there is even the slightest bit of torque or change in your anchor point. In almost no time at all, you’ll see how the IQ’s Retina Lock reinforces the proper form—no matter the angle of inclination or declination—to build confidence and to ultimately extend your effective shooting range.
Each IQ Bowsight comes with a CD showing how to properly set it up, but the new videos demonstrate the ease and simplicity of setting up this world-class sight. Weinkauf, a highly acclaimed bowhunter, hosts the videos, and he demonstrates the amazing simplicity of setting up the IQ Bowsight in the first video: youtu.be/MXsh8RUXEnM.
“Setting up the IQ bowsight can seem intimidating at first,” said Weinkauf, Field Logic’s executive vice president and chief marketing officer. “In these videos, we wanted to show just how easy it really is to set this system up.
“Within a few shots, you’ll soon see how every other sight on the market has become obsolete,” Weinkauf continued.
In addition to the YouTube video on setting up the IQ Bowsight, Field Logic has also filmed videos with useful tips on using the IQ Bowsight. They can be viewed at: youtu.be/2XdOzMtu9cc and youtu.be/bsxKHAO6ikA.
The IQ Bowsight is available in four- and seven-pin configurations in both left- and right-hand versions. It is available at retailers with suggested retail prices of $199.99 and $219.99 for the four- and seven-pin configurations, respectively.