Laser sights are convenient attachments which serve as indicators of where the crossbow bolt will hit. It is very portable and either attaches to the underside of the crossbow’s body or on top of scope. And they use a high intensity beam which can reach objects even at longer distances. This does not mean however that the target will always be hit. The stability, build, and make of the crossbow are the primary aspects to consider when aiming at very long distance targets. The laser scopes serve only as sort of markers to determine if it is possible to hit these targets. For close to mid-range targets, the laser sights give superb accuracy. The power of the crossbow as well as the enhanced accuracy from these sights makes the crossbow a deadly weapon.
Using a Laser Sight with or without a Regular Scope
It all depends on your own preference. Hunters who prefer more challenge use
them only without the scope. Usually, the hunters who do not use scopes are more
inclined to join sporting events. On the other hand, hunters who prefer less
challenge use them with the regular scopes. These hunters usually use the
crossbow for hunting and as such needs to land the killing blow with every shot.
The laser and the scope help them keep their distance away from their target
while not sacrificing accuracy and power. Some hunting events however forbid the
use of scopes since the more advanced scopes may turn the tide of the game into
a single hunter’s favor. Still, a laser sight coupled with a scope does not
necessarily mean a great hunter. Everything still lies with the skill of the