Shrewd Introduces Flex Recurve Aperture

Shrewd Archery has launched its Flex Recurve Aperture, which gained a ton of attention at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro.

The aperture was used in the Rio game by U.S. Olympic archers Brady Ellison, who won an individual bronze and team silver medals, and Zach Garrett, who won the team silver with Ellison and Jake Kaminski.

Shrewd’s plan for this aperture was to take their expertise in making compound scopes and transfer it to a recurve sight. So it’s no surprise that it looks a lot like a mini compound scope.

The aperture comes with several different sun shades, and is available with a zero-power lens, with or without a fiber pin. Those that don’t have the fiber will come with a sticker kit. You also will get three aperture reducers.

What all of this means is that you can really customize this scope to suit your shooting style.