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Uses

Rifle

The unique, single-element design means precise eye position is no longer necessary. Even if your eye is off-center with the sight or even the gun’s barrel, the bullet will strike where the crosshair is centered. Just pick up your target, and the sight will do the rest. Are you the first one to the field and last to leave the stand? The single plane of focus combined with an edge glow reticle, means that if you’re hunting in low light, you’ll no longer lose your sight picture when you focus on the target. Available light fills the fiber optic element with a fluorescent green that makes the crosshairs visible, but does not wash out the target.

Shotgun

Whether you’re shooting clays on the range, ducks from a blind or deer on the river bottom, speed is the name of the game. Time isn’t wasted worrying about precise eye alignment over the barrel, because the single-element lens of the See All Open Sight automatically centers the crosshair recticle with the gun’s point of impact. You’ll simply be able to shoulder your gun, pick up the target and place your shot faster – with precise accuracy – than ever before.

Handgun

Let’s face it, one advantage a handgun has over other types of firearms is the speed with which it can be used. A See All Open Sight only enhances that capability. Unlike traditional open sights, when you raise the gun with a See All Open Sight on it, the crosshairs appear in perfect focus with the target. And don’t worry about this sight getting knocked out of alignment if you carry your gun on your hip; it’s built to take everything your gun is.

Blackpowder

In many Western states optical sights aren’t allowed on blackpowder hunts. But that doesn’t affect our customers. Since a See All Open Sight isn’t an optical sight (the target is not viewed or enhanced optically, only the sight recticle is) it’s legal any where open sights with fiber optic elements are. (Find your state’s regulations here.)

Crossbow

As crossbows become more popular for hunting, the regulations become more defined, and many states prohibit scopes or even sights that require batteries. A See All Open Sight won’t keep you home: if you can see the target, you can sight it in. Maybe the best part is that its small and compact design only adds 1.8 ounces to your set up.

AR

The See All Nite has been battle-tested, and if it can survive being run over by a big truck, it can survive the shock you bring with an automatic rifle, easily withstanding the force of the rail slamming back and forth. Law enforcement and military personnel love the See All Nite, and it’s time you’ve tried it for yourself.