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A self-aligning peep made specifically for shorter bows. The 38 degree angled aperture allows long draw archers and those shooting bows as short as 30" axel-to-axel a quality 1-piece self aligning peep. Like the original MAXIM 45 it features a protective hood and is made of a special hybrid/ high impact polymer. The special hood design keeps rain and sunlight out of aperture area. The alignment post is separated from the aperture by 10 degree assuring that you will never see the post or tubing at full draw. This is not recommended for bows with long axel to axel length or archers with short draw lengths.
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