Bowhunting Prep: Why You Really Only Need One Fixed Pin

Many of today's sights give bowhunters the ability to extend their range to distances that were unimaginable 15 years ago. But, according to the Pope & Young Record Books, the average distance from which a whitetail buck is killed is under 20 yards. When the buck you've been watching all summer walks by, deciding which pin to use should be the last thing on your mind.

Archery expert Larry Wise explains how to make one sight pin work for you at multiple yardages during that moment of truth.

--Larry Wise has competed and coached archery at the professional level for decades. He's a retired high-school math teacher and a bowhunting fanatic.