The basic sight is a simple strip of brass plate that screws to the top of the stock behind the lock. The brass plate has a series of peep-holes, about a quarter inch apart. The point of your bolt serves as a foresight. As range increases, you sight through the higher holes, thus increasing the elevation. At close range (20 yards or so,) a sight makes little difference in accuracy. At forty yards, you’ll be glad you got one.
Available on: Finnish, Flemish Arbalist, Germanic, Italian, Maximilian, Padre Island, Skane, Straight, Ulrich, Western Bows