If you’re not shooting barebow, a bow sight is an essential piece of kit. There are sights specifically for recurve or compound bows, the main difference being that compound sights tend to be stronger to prevent their components from shaking loose because of the extra force that a compound bow is put through when being shot. So it’s important to pick a sight that’s right for your bow type.
Once you have your bow sight, you have various options for kitting it out with extras. For compound shooters, we have a wide range of scopes available in different configurations; such as a choice of dioptres, housings and aiming aids. Or if you shoot recurve, why not have a look at the different sorts of sight pins available to customise your sight picture.