Sword Bow Sights

Sword Sights began as a family owned business and was run out of Danny and Sue Sword’s home in Jackson, Kentucky. As it continued to grow it was renamed Sword Acu-Site Inc. until it was purchased at the end of 2009 and moved to Northwestern Ohio. At this time it was renamed Sword Sights LLC. To this day, the company focuses on offering a vast array of compound bow sights catering to all archery needs, from the most competitive target shooting to the field. The Judge is a single vertical pin sight available in both .010 and .019. A 1.5” inside diameter round aperture also accepts a lens and retainer ring that are sold separately. This Sword bow sight is solid, machined aluminum and also features Sword’s Fast Track elevation technology. Windage and elevation scales are laser etched, micro adjustable, and tool-less. Third axis adjustments are also possible. A rheostat light kit is also included. The high and low light mounting system has a built in offset to extend the sight window. A yardage tape is also on a 45 degree angle towards the shooter. This bow sight comes in a matte black finish and is ambidextrous. It mounts with a fixed mounting plate. The Judge Pro comes in the standard set up and the 2.0 with the only differences being the diameter of the aperture and the mounting system. The Pro has a 1.5” diameter while the Pro 2.0 has a 2” diameter aperture. A dovetail mounting system comes on the 2.0 while the original is on a fixed mounting plate. All other features remain the same. These Sword bow sights are solid aluminum construction and feature Fast Track elevation technology. These sights are also single up-pin designs in a .010 and .019 diameter. Windage and elevation scales are laser etched, micro adjustable, and tool-less. Third axis adjustments are also possible. A rheostat light kit is also included. The high and low light mounting system has a built in offset to extend the sight window. A yardage tape is also on a 45 degree angle towards the shooter. These archery sights come in a matte black finish and are ambidextrous. The Jury comes in four designs the Jury 1.5, the Jury 2.0, the Jury Pro 1.5, and the Jury Pro 2.0. The differences are minimal and center around the aperture diameter as listed in the name of the sight. The other difference is the Pro 1.5 and 2.0 are on a dovetail mounting system while the other two are on a fixed mounting plate. These Sword bow sights are 5 pin designs available in .010, .019, or .029. The sights are 100% aluminum and feature Fast Track elevation technology. Windage and elevation scales are laser etched, micro adjustable, and tool-less. Third axis adjustments are also available. A rheostat kit is also included. The high and low light mounting system has a built in offset. A yardage tape is also on a 45 degree angle towards the shooter. These bow sights come in a matte black finish and are ambidextrous. The Maximus and Maximus Pro are the next series of sights and are the same with the exception of the mounting system. The Maximus uses a fixed plate while the Pro uses a dovetail bar. These archery sights are solid aluminum and are 5 pin set ups offered in .010, .019, and .029 in a 1.625” inside diameter aperture that accepts 1.75” lenses. Windage and elevation scales are laser etched, micro adjustable and tool-less. Third axis adjustments are also available. A rheostat kit is also included. The high and low light mounting system has a built in offset. They are ambidextrous and come in a matte black finish. The Titan and Titan II are most suited for competition shooting. The only difference is the Titan II offers a super micro windage bar while the Titan does not. Both offer a 1.5” Cyclops dual rod scope and solid steel up-pin in .010 or .019 thickness. A rheostat light kit is also included. The aperture will also accept a 1.75” lens and includes a lens retainer. Micro adjust elevation is available in either a 2” or 3.5” length of travel. Windage is also micro adjustable. Third axis adjustments are available. These compound bow sights come on a dovetail bar mounting system. Preprinted yardage tapes and a hard carrying case are also included. They are also ambidextrous. The Trident comes in a Competition design and a Hunter design, with the difference being that the Competition uses a single up-pin while the Hunter is a 5 pin set up. Both feature a 1.5” aperture that accepts a 1.75” diameter lens and includes a lens retainer. Micro adjust elevation is available in either a 2” or 3.5” length of travel. A rheostat light kit is included. Windage is gang adjustable. Third axis adjustments are possible. The sight is ambidextrous and is mounted using a dovetail system. Both versions include a hard carrying case and preprinted yardage tapes. The Centurion comes in three versions, the Centurion, the Centurion Hunter 1.5 and the Centurion Hunter 2.0. The Centurion is a single up-pin while the Hunter versions are 5 pin sights with two different aperture diameters. All other features are the same and include a rheostat light kit. Approximately 2” of elevation travel is possible. Third axis adjustments are available. Preprinted yardage tapes are included. All versions are ambidextrous and come in a matte black finish. The Apex 3rd Plane comes in two different aperture diameters, a 2” and a 1.5”. Both are 5 pin set ups. Windage and elevation scales are laser etched, micro adjustable, and tool-less. Third axis adjustments are also available. A rheostat kit is also included. The high and low light mounting system has a built in offset. The sights are on a dovetail bar mounting system and are ambidextrous. Finish is matte black. The Twilight Hunter comes in both a 1.5” and 2.0” aperture design. The features mirror that of the Apex 3rd plane, but the overall construction of the sight enables it to be up to three ounces lighter. They are also on a fixed mounting plate instead of a dovetail bar. A camo version of this archery sight is also offered in a right hand only set up with a 1.5” aperture. The Apex Hunter is a 4 pin sight available in .010, .019, and .029 diameter. It features a 2” internal diameter aperture with a high and low sight mounting bar with built in offset. Windage and elevation scales are laser etched. This Sword bow sight is compatible with the company’s new LED light. It is ambidextrous and has a matte black finish. The Sabre is a 3 pin sight available in .010, .019, and .029 diameter housed in a 2” aperture. Windage and elevation scales are laser etched. A high and low sight mounting bar with built in offset for an extended sight window is also included. It is also ambidextrous and compatible with the new Sword LED light. Finishes include matte black, Realtree AP and Muddy Girl.