I put the sight on my G43, the more I practice with it the more I like it
The only thing is the screw to adjust the windage (Left to Right) size is different from the instructions. It also does not stick out on the side like the picture. Instructions of the current Item needs to be improved unless the one sent was defective. Hoping that when a new one comes out the adjustments would be a "click" when screwing in.
With my old sights I had a choice, focus on either the site or the target. See All has taken my 10 yard groups from 8 inches to 3. Been through 4 different sights looking for one that works with old eyes, finally a sight that keeps its promises.
Thanks See All
Ok, so I now know five of these sights. I have two of the original Mk I sights, a non-tritium Mk II rail, a tritium Mk II rail and now is tritium pistol mounted on a glock. I have them on a shotgun, a lever 30-30 rifle, .22 cal rifle and
22 and 9mm pistols. I use weak reading glasses so without glasses I can’t focus on my front sight. The funny thing is with these sights I can see clearly w/o glasses and still maintain domain awareness and focus down range. Two eyes open, I see everything, and I hit what I aim at. The sight is as accurate as the guns I’ve mounted them in and is a great light weight short range solution. Are magnified optics better? For me it depends. I like the simplicity of conventional sighting systems like irons and this sight is in that category. If you’re in the fence try it. Everyone who has tried this sight on my 10/22 gets it really get off the bat and just starts hitting targets. Handguns take some training due to the lack of those physical reference points...they line up for me but I’ve used them for a while now.
I think this is one cool sight. Only problem is it requires both eyes open. Due to military service I only have one eye. The low star count is only so people that might be in my situation will stop and read it. I have since given it to my son and he is waiting for a mount to install on his Glock.