Spot Hogg 2013 ATA Show Louisville KY
From the field to the range, Spot Hogg has created ingenious products that have made an undeniable impact on the archery industry. The company that started on a kitchen table is now a leading manufacturer of high quality products helping archers bring home trophies of all kind.
For 2013 the “masters of precision and accuracy” have created a product that is sure to ‘spark’ interest among shooters across the industry. The SPARK is the “Industry-First lighted reticle with rheostat intensity and multiple alignment rings”. Put simply, alignment rings, a crosshair etched lens and an adjustable light make for precise shot placement, time and time again.
Spot Hogg’s Cabe Johnson, creator of the Spark, explained to SELFILMED how to use the adjustable lighted crosshair. Different brightness levels makes it perfect for shooting in low light scenarios and various target venues. The Spark has interchangeable lenses with anti-scratch coating that come in 4 different options: Crosshair, Duplex Crosshair, Circle, and Dot. The rheostat light comes in four colors: blue, white, red and green. The bright contrasting color rings on the face of the sight compensate for darkening peep sight. This allows shooters to center the correct ring with the current peep diameter for more accurate shots.
Cabe also demonstrated their ‘Hunter Version’ to SELFILMED as well. This sight has one single alignment ring and provides a bigger field of view. The bubble level has been raised slightly, providing shooters with a quick leveling reference. The principal of the single alignment ring on the hunter version is the same as the multiple rings on the target version, more precise peep alignment. It is still possible to change the light intensity with the single ring version. The Hunter version will fit the Hoggfather, Tommy or Boss Hogg sights.
Spot Hogg continues to create revolutionary archery equipment. Sparks use will be valuable to both die-hard bowhunters and avid competition shooters and will truly show them what they’ve been missing.