No matter what your skill level, the right accessories can improve your shooting. This Hoyt Vector Turbo (35-inch axle-to-axle, 4.2 pounds, 340 fps IBO, 6-inch brace height) is a bow I use both in the field and on the 3-D course. Here's how I set it up:
A - Single-Pin Slider Sight**: One pin simplifies things for beginners and experts alike. If you're an archer who will never shoot beyond 30 yards in the field, you can set it and forget it with many of today's bows. But if you plan to shoot farther, in the field or on the range, a sight like this HHA OL-5519 lets you instantly adjust the elevation setting in single-yard increments and hold dead-on at 120 yards if you so desire.
B - Matched Peep and Pin Guard**: A round pin guard that perfectly matches the diameter of your peep at full draw helps keep your pin centered and improves your accuracy.