Scopes are used in compound archery to magnify the sight picture, leading to more accurate aiming and better grouping. They come in a range of dioptres (magnifications) and many come with a couple of size options, both these choices being personal to the archer and what they feel comfortable with, there are no set rules on which is better.
Scopes have an integrated bubble level to help the archer keep their bow perfectly upright, as a canted (tilted) bow will affect where the arrows land.
When it comes to aiming aids the most common choices you can opt for are either stick on circles and dots that adhere to your scope’s lens, a light gathering pin that fits through the centre of the lens or a fibre optic set up that gives you a bright aiming dot.
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