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G5 Introduces "The Rock". An all NEW sight for your Bow.

by Bow Staff 6. January 2010 06:33
Bow Staff

ROCK SOLID SIGHT, PERFORMANCE, AND PRICE

Introducing The Rock, a NEW sight by G5

MEMPHIS, Mich., G5® Outdoors, the leading manufacturer in archery equipment and design, introduces its newest sight, the Rock. The 4 Pin sight features an aluminum housing as well as micro vertical and windage adjustments.

"Our engineers have worked very hard to develop a 4 pin sight that has all of the quality archers have come to expect from G5® and it’s a sight that can really take a beating without compromise," stated G5® Outdoors President and Co-Owner, Matt Grace.

The virtually indestructible RockTM features rock solid rack and pinion gearing that provides a simple light weight solution for precise micro adjustments, (4) 100% machined pins, and a stepped mounting bracket which enables it to work with virtually any bow set up. In addition, the ambidextrous Rock offers 2nd axis adjustment is vibration free, and the design makes it easy to add or remove pins to fit your personal needs. The RockTM is available in DurafuseTM Realtree® AP Camo, Lost Camo, or powder coat black. It comes with your choice of .019" pins or .010" pins.

The RockTM has a MSRP of $99.99 for Black and $109.99 for Camo.

About G5® Outdoors

G5® Outdoors L.L.C. is a family owned business established in 2000 and backed by more than 40 years of precision manufacturing experience. G5® strives to provide superior products that are Designed to Hunt™ through precision manufacturing and innovative design. To learn more about G5® Outdoors, visit their website or call (866)456-8836.

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