I am slightly nearsighted and wear contacts to help me see at a distance while hunting and when I'm shooting my bow. The problem I have is that when my target is in focus, my pins blur out so bad that I can barely see them. Without my contacts, my pins are fine, but the target is blurry. I've read about hooded peeps reducing glare, and one which accepts a verifier lens to keep pins in focus. Has anyone used these or had this same problem? Thanks!
Question by JoeCoolDD28. Uploaded on May 26, 2009