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New Whisper Peep; A Vibration Dampening Peep Sight!

by Bow Staff 2. June 2009 11:42
Bow Staff

 

NEW WHISPER PEEP™ – THE ONLY VIBRATION DAMPENING PEEP SIGHT

Probably one of the most productive innovations in the last 8 to 10 years in the archery industry has been in the area of vibration and sound elimination. The one product area this move has neglected however is also one of the most important, the peep sight. That has all changed now with the introduction of the first vibration/sound dampening Peep Sight, the Whisper Peep by LOC-A-PEEP.

John Giambrone of LOC-A-PEEP made the introduction: “This amazing Peep Sight combines advanced nodular design and production techniques with an incredible new material for amazing vibration dampening control. The Whisper Peep reduces string oscillation, vibration and the string noise usually present when a bow is shot. This product will make every shot quieter while also increasing arrow speed. The result is greater accuracy and pleasure from every shot. Another great feature every archer will appreciate is once the Whisper Peep is installed in the bow string it will not move, eliminating the need for serving the Peep in to the string.”

The Whisper Peep is made of a special Elastomeric material with red elliptical glass filled nylon aperture insert that ensures a large, round opening for increased light gather and faster, easier target acquisition. The body features easy to set string channels and will fit any bow. It is available in three sizes and two models; the Self Aligning  Whisper Peep with post extrusion for rubber tubing and the Whisper Lite standard model.

 

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