You need to use it to believe it. Simple to install and simple to use. Once set up, hits where you aim. As with all sights you need some practice to getting used to but the learning curve is steep, I got to it real quick. Astigmatism makes red dots difficult to use, not so with this sight. Ordered the non-tritium MK2, absolutely worth the price even including customs.
I put one of these on my inline muzzleloader. I'm old,and my vision sucks. This sight is perfect!!! it's fast, and very easy to focus on. I'm shooting 1 1/2" groups at 50 yards. and I'm not done figuring out the loads. I am ordering another one for my 9mm AR. Buy one, you'll love it.
I just mounted and sighted it in yesterday on my AR pistol. Easy to mount and sight. It was already on paper and took about 10 rounds because I’m meticulous. I should’ve bought the tritium. Well worth the price.
great sight but I wish the R in the lower right corner wasn't there.
Back on the 4th of May 2020, I ordered one of these sights with the Crosshairs. Thanks to Covid-19 and Canada Customs being a pain, it took 6 weeks for the package to be delivered.
The install was a snap for me. Mounting the sight on my Ruger 10/22TD takedown took less than a minute, and it only took that long because I wanted to do it right. The next day I was at the range for several hours sighting the rifle in. The only reason it took so long was my getting used to using the SeeAll sight. If I was to complain about anything, the one thing I would complain about was the adjustment screws. On other sights I've used, there was always a click when turning the set screw up or down. On this sight there is none. It's a little thing but it may be an issue for some people and for me it added to the time it took to sight the rifle in.
I first sighted the rifle at 25 yards then I moved to the 50-yard mark. One thing I will say is that it took a bit of time to get familiar with this sight. Once I was comfortable, the groups shrank to around the size of a silver dollar at 50 yards from a rest. For those who think this isn't that great, this rifle is a takedown and takedown rifles aren't renowned for being tack drivers, plus the trigger is the original which breaks at around six pounds.
Am I happy with the sight? Yes. Would I buy it again? Yes. Would I recommend it to others? Absolutely.