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What is the difference between the ascent verdict and ascent whitetail?

All the great features of our industry leading Ascent Verdict but in a compact lightweight version. The Ascent Whitetail is offered in a single vertical pin or the ultimate 3-pin head. The Ascent Whitetail by Black Gold #IGotAPinForThat. Level Head sight ring is far easier to adjust, far more secure; can be customized to fit into top of sight ring

What’s the best way to track a black gold adjustable sight?

All Black Gold adjustable sights built from November 2019 and newer have the option for their dual indicator system. This allows you to have 2 pointers on the tape. You can configure the pointers to be configured for which ever pins you want to use. My recommendation is to track the middle pin and the bottom pin.

What is the Black Gold ascent multi-pin slider sight verdict?

Black Gold has solved this issue with their multi-pin slider sight, The Black Gold Ascent Verdict. “If the original owner has a part break for any reason, it will be repaired or replaced at no charge.” – Black Gold

What is the difference between the ascent whitetail and level head sight rings?

The Ascent Whitetail is offered in a single vertical pin or the ultimate 3-pin head. The Ascent Whitetail by Black Gold #IGotAPinForThat. Level Head sight ring is far easier to adjust, far more secure; can be customized to fit into top of sight ring

Mount The Sight to Your Bow

You will see different mounting positions depending on your base, 3 positions on the standard "X-Frame base", 5 on the new Wing Truss, and 10 or more on the dovetails. Selecting the correct position is critical to accuracy. The goal is to line up your peep to the sight housing ring.

Level the sight

Leveling your sight to the bow ensures a solid foundation for the rest of your adjustments. Use string and arrow levels to level your bow. Or you can level your bow in a vice using a long level set against the top and bottom limbs. Alternately you could have a helper hold your bow with the top and bottom limbs in a door jam.

Set Your Third Axis

Lastly we have to set the 3rd axis. An accurate 3rd axis is important if you are going to be taking angled shots past 30 or 40 yards. If your 3rd axis is off, your bubble will lie and tell you that your need to cant your bow to the left or right, causing you to miss left or right of your target.

Sight Tape

With your sight dialed to its default position or "Flush", move your top pin (we’re going to call this your 20 yard pin) within the housing where you want it. If you are running 5 or more pins, it needs to be higher up, and fewer pins means that you can keep it closer to the center.

Which pin will be your floater?

Now you need to decide what pin to make your “floater”. Most will use the bottom pins as it affords you the most top end distance, however the closer this pin is to the center, the more accurate you’re going to be. (see my notes on the dual indicator system below.

Sight in your fixed pins

Sight in the rest of your pins, take your time on this. I personally shoot 3 arrow groups before I make a change. You may notice that at farther distances you need to make windage adjustments. Do so with your horizontal gang adjustment. And be sure to make small changes based on groups, not individual shots.

Dual Indicator System

Starting in 2020 Black Gold has included a Dual Indicator option. All Black Gold adjustable sights built from November 2019 and newer have the option for their dual indicator system. This allows you to have 2 pointers on the tape. You can configure the pointers to be configured for which ever pins you want to use.

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Product Description

The Ascent Verdict by Black Gold has more range and adjustability than traditional hunting moveable sights. The Ascent sight head is on a vertical dovetail so you can zero it out at the top range of the ";Dial-of-Death."; This way you’ll be able to instantly put your sight to a pre-set distance of choice without looking or when in the dark.

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Black Gold Ascent Verdict Sight Review

As technology in the archery industry gets better and better it seems that people are shooting their bows at farther and farther distances. Traditionally, I myself use a 5-pin multi-pin sight. My pins are set up for 30, 40, 50, 60, and 70 yards.

What is the Ascent?

Now, that I have told you about Black Gold as a company, lets get back to their new sight for 2016, The Ascent Verdict. If you are familiar with the older Ascent models, than you probably know for the most part what the Ascent does. For those that aren’t though, I will explain a few key things.

In the Field

My experience in the field with this sight has been great. I was able to take my 2016 javelina with The Ascent Verdict and it worked fantastic. Something that was very noticeable to me when out in the mountains was how bright these pins really are.

Cons of the Verdict

If I had to pick one thing, it would be the price, but even that isn’t that bad when compared to other sights on the market. You absolutely get what you pay for with this sight. I really don’t have any cons about it.