The Trijicon bow sight has far exceeded the industry’s expectations by offering some of the most advanced features among superior products in the archery world. Trijicon was founded in 1981 by Glyn Bindon and has become a world leader in optics. Their most notable accomplishments include work with both tritium and advanced fiber optics. The company is headquartered in Wixom, Michigan and holds the main contract for the United States military in sight distribution. The company also boasts a Made in America guarantee that says the majority of their products, including all of their sights, are designed, engineered and machined at the facility in Michigan. The main focus of the company is rifle and pistol sights, but they do offer a selection of Trijicon bow sights and mount options as well. The Trijicon AccuDial is not a full archery sight, but is a mount offered in both right and left-handed configurations. It comes in a matte black finish and weighs eight ounces. The solid, aircraft grade aluminum makes the mount operable in extreme temperatures varying from -31°F to 176°F. Long term usability is also not of concern as this mount has been tested up to 200 G’s of force. Bow speed adjustments can be made from speeds of 245 to 335 feet per second. Target range adjustments are made in one yard increments at distances measured up to 80 yards. The patented BowSync Technology has a variable transmission enabling exact range adjustment and synchronization of any bow/speed combination. Adjustment dial marks are laser etched to add accuracy and dependability to the mount. The Trijicon bow sight mount accepts the Trijicon AccuPin, side mounted apertures and scopes using #10-32 studs or sights with Weaver or Picatinny bases if a rail adapter is purchased. The Trijicon AccuPin comes in two mount setups, the dovetail and rail grabber (for Weaver and Picatinny rails). The remaining specifications remain the same between the two models. This Trijicon bow sight weighs 2.29 ounces and comes in a matte black finish. Construction is also of aircraft grade aluminum coated in a weather resistant anodized coating. Functional temperatures range from -51°F to 176°F. It is a single pin archery sight using both fiber optics and tritium as an illumination source with a green, triangular reticle pattern all placed in a two inch housing with a 1.77 inch sight window. Trijicon claims that the single pin offers improved visibility, pointing directly at the target instead of obscuring it with other pins. Shock testing has been done on this family of compound bow sights and have shown functionality up to 350 G’s. The dovetail mount version fits on the AccuDial, but can also be mounted on many other sight mounts available. This bow sight also boasts being the brightest on the market and being Pope and Young legal. Trijicon also offers an AccuPin/AccuDial combo package in both a left and right handed setup. Total weight for the package is 10.29 ounces. As before, the sight itself is a single pin with a triangular reticle pattern and tritium/fiber optic illumination source. The entire product has an anodized, matte black, coating that protects against corrosion and outside elements. Adjustments can be made in one yard increments up to a tested 80 yards. Trijicon also offers an ACOG style scope that does not fit into the category of compound bow sights, but is worth noting. All of the company’s products are tested tough and as such all Trijicon archery sights come with a lifetime guarantee.