This new crop of bow sights utilizes built-in rangefinders and GPS to land broadheads like they’re laser-guided missiles The goal of bowhunting is pretty simple: put an arrow where you aim. To do this, you’ll need a sight (unless you shoot instinctively, and if you do, well, hats off), and there’s no shortage of quality options. If there is a theme to this year’s lineup, it would be of a range-finding variety. Several new models have built-in rangefinders, and while it’s yet to be seen if these high-dollar systems will really catch on long-term, sight manufacturers seem to be betting on them. Here are 11 new-for-2019 options worth a look. If you’ve had enough of boring sight pins and are looking to get a little rifle-like with your compound setup, check out the new Covert Pro from Apex Gear. This sight forgoes the traditional sight pins and uses a rifle-scope-style reticle instead. There’s an illuminated dot, and everything is micro-adjustable with both second- and third-axis adjustments. This is an adjustable sight with rear-facing yardage tape for shots out to 120 yards, but instead of a single-pin setup, it uses the illuminated PWRDOT. You can pick from 11 levels of gr...