Spot Hogg Bow Sights have become quite the success story through the years. Spot Hogg entered the archery world as an idea to create a better bow release in 1987. In the two decades since it began as an at home business, it has grown significantly and provides thousands of archers with high quality products that not only increase their success, but also improve the overall shooting experience. As such, all Spot Hogg Bow sights offer many features, no matter what the shooter is looking for. The Grinder was designed with the hunter in mind. It is a solid aluminum frame construction offered in both a 3 and 5 pin setup encased in Spot Hogg’s new MRT pin guard. It is rugged and compact, making it the company’s lightest fixed pin sight. Gang adjustments are optional, but simplistic and durable. The Fast Eddie Spot Hogg bow sight comes in a 1, 2, 3 and 5 sight pin setup in an MRT pin housing. The mount is a solid fixed aluminum construction. Coarse adjustments are available both horizontally and vertically with the 2nd and 3rd axis offering micro adjustments, all of this completely tool-less. A silent, quick release look for yardage knob has also been improved with better grip and more relief from the sight type. Spot Hogg’s HRD (Hardened Rail Design) technology has also eliminated bushings, which causes little to no slop or buzz. The Fast Eddie XL Spot Hogg bow sight is a slightly larger option with all of the same specs except that it also includes a lightweight 6 inch dovetail sight bar with quick release bow mount. The Hogg Father is one of Spot Hogg’s first freestyle sight offerings. The dovetail bar is removable. A quick release knob and removable rack are standard features, which is ideal seeing as a travel case is also included to aid in protecting the sight. It comes in a 1, 2, 3, and 5 pin setup encased in an MRT pin housing. Tool-less coarse adjustments are available both horizontally and vertically with the 2nd and 3rd axis offering micro adjustments. Micro windage and elevation adjustments are also tool-less. The pointer is adjustable. All knobs, as well as the sight scale are precision engraved and easy to see. The yardage knob is also large and easy to use. A universal scope rod comes with this sight. The sight scale is compatible with many archery programs. The Tommy Hogg comes in a 1, 2, 3, and 5 pin setup in either a small or large MRT guard. The construction of the sight is a rugged aluminum body. As with previous Spot Hogg bow sights, horizontal and vertical adjustments are coarse, but 2nd and 3rd axis adjustments are micro. Windage and elevation adjustments are also tool-less. The yardage knob is large and easy to use. Precision, laser engraved sight scale and knob marks make adjustments easy to see. Spot Hogg’s HRD technology is also used in this sight. The sight scale is compatible with archery programs. The Hogg It is new for the 2017 season. It is the company’s most complete, micro-adjustable fixed pin sight. Hogg It comes in a 3 and 5 pin setup in an MRT pin guard. The quick release Hogg Knob offers simple and fast removal. A no clamp, micro gang adjustment also offers the shooter easily made changes. 2nd and 3rd axis adjustments are micro. All of this is mounted to a 6.5 inch dovetail mount. The Hunter is another sight that Spot Hogg offers. It is effectively the same as Hogg It, but offers a rigid plate mount instead of the dovetail mount offered by Hogg It. The Spark is an industry first, offering a lit reticle with rheostat intensity. It comes in two models, The Hunter and The Pro. Both include a selection of 0x, 2x, 4x, and 6x lens that has an anti-scratch and anti-reflective coating. The lit reticle is etched into the lens while also offering an adjustable rheostat brightness. Rheostat color options are red, white, blue, and green. The Pro also includes multiple alignment rings for added precision as well as a raised level to account for the alignment rings. It comes with the Hogg Mob mount, while The Hunter only includes a universal mount. Rounding out the list of Spot Hogg’s bow sights is the Double Pin. It has a single vertical Bulletproof pin with dual aiming points available in .010, .019, and .029 thicknesses. There are two alignment ring options, a single ring, and triple ring option. This archery sight includes a precision level and is lens ready. The Double Pin is primarily used in conjunction with one of the adjustable sights previously mentioned, as it will fit any of them once mounted on a threaded rod.