The See All Open Sight is the first of its kind. The optic (A) brings into focus and magnifies crosshair reticle (B) creating a precision two point alignment system, The edge glow material (H) draws all available light to fill the optic with a florescent green, highlighting and illuminating crosshair reticle (B).
Sighting (G) across the top of the optic (below) you place the crosshair reticle on the target and shoot. DO NOT USE THE BEAD ON THE END OF THE GUN BARREL. THERE IS NO FIELD OF VIEW THROUGH THE OPTIC!! The eye will do the work of instantly centering and placing the crosshair reticle in the proper location within the optic and on the target. The crosshair reticle is focused on the same plane as the target providing pin point accuracy.
B: Crosshair reticle, image seen in optic.
C: Picatinny rail groove.
D: Up and Down elevation adjustment screw.
E: Left and Right windage adjustment screw.
F: Two set screws, to lock sight to picatinny rail.
There are a wide assortment of picatinny rail or weaver mounts available. The height of the sight can be adjusted by the height of the rail you are using. Slide the sight to the desired position, lift the sight with one hand to center the dove tail while tightening set screws F (see figure 1) to secure sight to rail. The sight can be mounted on hand guns using the same procedures. The sight is focused for corrected vision and has unlimited eye relief.
There are 16 marks around each adjustment screw, turning the screw one mark or 1/16 of a turn = 1 inch at a 100 yards. There are no clicks, the screws can be adjusted for very fine tuning.
1. Fire a shot or two
2. If you are several inches off center, make appropriate amount of adjustment to move the reticle to the center of the target.
3. Carefully fire a three-shot group.
4. Use the center of that group as a reference point for the final adjustment to windage and elevation.
The elevation screw will come out of the sight if turned more then three turns. DO NOT REMOVE SCREW. There is 45 inches of adjustment in both the up and down direction. The windage should not be rotated more then 4 1/2 turns in either direction. The windage has 75 inches of adjustment in both directions.
How to Install the sight on the Rail
Making Windage and Elevation Adjustments
See All Open Sight
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