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joel0711
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For hunters using the SRF sight,,,, Which in your opinion/experience would be the better one for hunting. The A or B size???----THANKS

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Go with the A for hunting. It is good for any distance you are likely to shoot. Quick target acquisition, very accurate.
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I believe the a sight is the smaller of them and that is the best. I ya e all three and that’s the only one I really used. Fantastic little sights.
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Yes, the A is the small one.It works well in a hunting situation. I tried a regular sight with pins years ago and found that I could not shoot it very well if I had much poundage to hold. The SRF, for me, was more of a gap shooting experience. It is quick and very accurae.
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