See All Open Sight

5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(29 customer reviews)

$98.95

The See All Open Sight is a one-piece open sight that can be attached to virtually anything with a scope rail. It is the first of its kind in open-sight shooting technology: an open sight that allows the shooter to see both the target and the sight itself in perfect focus, simultaneously. It’s designed to have a range of about 100 yards, since the target is viewed with the naked eye. The use of edge-glow material enhances its effectiveness in low-light situations, and requires no batteries. It has an adjustment range of about 150 inches vertically and 150 inches horizontally at 100 yards.

Fully designed, manufactured, assembled and packaged in the United States.

Each See All Open Sight comes individually boxed and includes hex wrenches for mounting and for sight adjustment, and a full set of instructions.

Note: For international orders of 23 or more sights, please contact us directly at seeallsights@gmail.com to order.
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Description

The See All Open Sight is a one-piece open sight that can be attached to virtually anything with a scope rail. It is the first of its kind in open-sight shooting technology: an open sight that allows the shooter to see both the target and the sight itself in perfect focus, simultaneously. It’s designed to have a range of about 100 yards, since the target is viewed with the naked eye. The use of edge-glow material enhances its effectiveness in low-light situations, and requires no batteries. It has an adjustment range of about 150 inches vertically and 150 inches horizontally at 100 yards.

Fully designed, manufactured, assembled and packaged in the United States.

Each See All Open Sight comes individually boxed and includes hex wrenches for mounting and for sight adjustment, and a full set of instructions.

Additional information

Weight 1.6 oz
Dimensions 2.25 x 1.0 x 1.0 in
Reticle

Delta (Triangle), Crosshair

29 reviews for See All Open Sight

  1. (verified owner)

    This little unit is great. Easy to mount, easy to use and waaaaayyyyy better than the open sights on my old plinking rifle. It’s a nice upgrade in a situation where a scope is overkill.

  2. (verified owner)

    The sight installed on my encore easily. I shot the muzzleloader 5 times and am happy with the initial shots. When the weather allows I will shoot more and try to get comfortable with the sight image. I wear glasses and am 67 yrs old. I believe I will get accustomed to the sight picture and like the sight.

  3. (verified owner)

    This is an excellent product especially for new hunters or those that need to get back-in-the-saddle with their shooting.

  4. (verified owner)

    I liked the sight it works well, it is very instinctive. One problem though, the weaver rail should clamp from the sides for more holding power. Another smaller issue, maybe make one with a 3/8 (11mm) rail for airguns and rimfires

  5. (verified owner)

    It took a minute to get used to this site , but I installed the SEE ALL SITE onto my shot gun and it works great!!! Fast pickup and aiming . Looks like I am going to get 1 or 2 more for some of my other applications.

  6. (verified owner)

    Quick and easy, I’d like it a lot more if SEE ALL wasn’t so distracting under the reticle. It’s stamped on the side of the sight, seems silly to place it there as well.

  7. (verified owner)

    Interesting concept, and a lot of fun to shoot with. Ideal for situations where you desire a small back up sight option and/or do not have much rail space to work with. I mounted this on a 10/22 bullpup and was very pleased. Best when mounted straight on top of bore (as in not on a 1 o clock or an angled mount) Excellent accuracy 0-50 yards. At further ranges the sight can obscure smaller targets.

  8. (verified owner)

    I finally got to try out this lightweight little sight on a Ruger 10-22 last weekend. Mounting the sight was easy once I had the required picatinny rail. The sight requires little in the way of learning curve as it is quite intuitive and your eye seems drawn to the bright green sight area. Adjustments using the included Allen wrench were positive and quick. Groups fired using the See All Open Sight were not as small as if I had been using a rifle scope, however the target acquisition and hits on target were much faster. This would be my first choice for a “hunting” sight on a rifle.

  9. (verified owner)

    I am very impressed with the See All sight! I was not sure at first but thought why not order one to have “just in case no battery” sight. After shooting with it i will be definitely ordering a couple more. It did take a few shots to get used to it but afterwards I was ringing gongs at distance and hitting close up targets with ease.

  10. (verified owner)

    I had some reservations about this sight, but now I am a believer. I have tested this on a Saiga 12, Ruger 10-22, M4, and a revolver. The target acquisition is good, very bright. It has held “0” on everything it has been put on, and then some. Sighted it in on all mentioned weapons, and took about 20-30 rounds to hit bullseye. This is very durable, needs NO BATTERIES, and is definitely thinking outside the box. Most people I have shared this with notice it is very different, then end up liking it. I don’t know about over 100 yds. yet, but from 50yds, and closer it is good as gold.

  11. (verified owner)

    I’ve been shooting with my See-All for about a month now and I love it, as does everyone I’ve let use it. For whatever reason RDS sights do not work with my eyes, but this sight works just fine. The triangle is very high contrast and there is no scope barrel to block my side vision. Under 25 yards this is every bit as accurate as a scope but much faster. My only gripes is that I’d prefer a more conventional mounting system and the windage and elevation adjustments can be tricky with the little allen wrench that is provided. I look forward to seeing what else this company puts out in the future.

  12. (verified owner)

    Excellent sight for rifles,easy enough to fit and use. 
I can see myself ordering another couple of these sights for another couple of rifles very soon!

  13. (verified owner)

    Great value for intuitive sight. These sights are lightweight, battery-free, and very intuitive to use. Their low profile makes them easy to adapt to pistols, shotguns, or modern sporting rifles (with affordable adapters). The green plastic really picks up the light, and appears to glow. New shooters can more easily adopt the concept of using the triangle than lining up traditional front and rear rifle sights. Only drawback is difficulty in aligning a long range shot, but that is better done with a magnified optic anyways.

  14. (verified owner)

    Very quick and easy sight picture. Would have given 5 stars if the sight included the rail needed to raise the sight. Sight was installed on a SKS with a bullpup stock. Sight gives the look of having a optics system but without the hassle of batteries. Shipping was fast, living in Oklahoma, I received it in 2-3 days after placing my order. When I buy my shotgun, it will also get the See All installed.

  15. (verified owner)

    Great alternative to iron sights. I completed a 300 pistol build and needed simple sights for it. I didn’t want to spend the money for more expensive EOTech or Aimpoint sights for it yet but needed some way to be able to aim it. My goal was to utilize whatever sights I bought as back up sights. 

The triangle marker is very clear and bright even under low light. I added a light and did room clearing drills in the dark in my house, and the aiming point was easy to see and get on target. I attached it to my rifle and within a few rounds had it sighted in using the adjustment screws. Once sighted in, I shot a 5″ groupings from an 8″ barrel at 25 yards shouldering the end of the buffer tube. Given the build purpose, the See All Open Sight performed perfectly. 

My plan is to add an EOTech once my tax stamp comes in and then utilize a 45* rail mount to use the Open Sight as my back up. I recommend it to everyone I talk to, and they are really intrigued by the sight. It’s one of the coolest innovations to come down the pike in quite a while.

  16. (verified owner)

    I mounted this sight on my “truck gun”. It’s a 336 carbine in 35 Rem. Super quick follow up shots. For my intended purposes it’s great. Will most likely be purchasing another one soon.

  17. (verified owner)

    I mounted the SeeAll on my Colt .22 Target Model, replacing the scope I had mounted. Happily, I didn’t need to adjust the sight; it was dead on as received. There is a learning curve, adjusting my hold to sight at the top of the unit. Easily done. So many of us have compromised eyesight (more compromised all the time). With the SeeAll I found there was no problem trying to keep two sights in focus, along with the target. The sight picture was sharp while I focused on the target, instinctively keeping the triangle apex on the subject. Worked great; can’t always say the same about my marksmanship. My daughter took all of 30 seconds to figure it out and bank away. Well done, I would certainly recommend the sight.

  18. (verified owner)

    Took the sight to the range today. After zeroing the sight at 25m, I can say that it shoots as advertised. Where you put the tip of the triangle, is where the bullet hits the paper. I had a little getting used to get a good sight picture, but once you are aware of how the lining up works, it is a breeze to aim and shoot. Target acquisition on a normally lighted environment was quick and easy. I will try it later in different light conditions.

  19. (verified owner)

    I recently purchased one of these sights. Here are some observations: It appears that I got your most current version with the product name removed from the green fiber optic block. I was prepared to return the sight if it arrived with the product name on the fiber optic block. I don’t need to be distracted by an advertising message every time I look through the lens of the sight. 
Unfortunately, your company still appears to be preoccupied with excessively “branding” this product. I’m convinced you are aware of your “in your face” branding because you did remove the name of the sight from its fiber optic block. I know this because the review that you present on your web site strongly implies as much. I would like to buy a few more of these See All Open Sights, but I’ve decided to hold off on those purchases at this time. I’m hoping that you may come to understand why the See All Open Sight still appears to be more like an airsoft toy accessory than a serious firearm sighting system. I ask you to please consider the following:
On the most recent version of your sight, (without the lettering on the fiber optic block) you, for some reason, have made the letters on the side of the sight much thicker than earlier versions resulting in the letters becoming more prominent. I put the sight on my Mini14 and no matter what I did, when I looked at the entire rifle, my eyes were drawn to that big bright white product name – even though the sight isn’t physically very big. I tried alcohol, acetone and paint stripper to remove the letters. Nothing touched them. So, for now, it’s black electrician’s tape, and later on, I’ll mask it off and paint it if I don’t need to return the sight to you for warranty service. Oh, by-the-way, what is your warranty on the See All Open Sight? There is no warranty listed anywhere on your web site and nothing mentioned in the brief literature that accompanies the product.
Based on the above you might conclude that I don’t like the sight, but quite to the contrary, I’m very impressed with it and I’m glad I got it (so far). It appears to be very well made and very well thought out.

  20. (verified owner)

    I tested SeeAll open sights with my magnum air rifles, and they offered the best results I could expect without any of the troubles we often have using scopes and lasers with high power air guns. Accuracy,resistence and full vision are the hilights. Price could be more attractive, mostly compared with some good quality scopes.

  21. (verified owner)

    I have a 10/22 Takedown – couldn’t make out the front sight with my eyesight. I did some research and the See All made a lot of sense. And it does! Easy to see and intuitive pointing.

  22. (verified owner)

    Held up to being the primary sight for a .50 Beowulf AR just fine.

  23. (verified owner)

    The SeeAllOpenSight is by far one of the best “heads up” sight I have used. 20 years in Law Enforcement and many types of sights on pistols, rifles, and shotguns but none like this. I currently have it on my Kel Tec KSG shotgun and it works great. Thanks for building a quality product and a great price! Steve Garavuso, Owner, The Bullet Ranch.

  24. (verified owner)

    Want something that doesn’t need batteries??? Here it is!!! This thing is cheap, rugged, and works!!! Not quite as fast as my EOTECH yet,,, but with a few thousand rounds practice I think it will be!!! It’s made here and is a lot better than any of those Chinese rip offs of an Aimpoint or EOTECH!!!

  25. (verified owner)

    I sold some of these sights and have no negative feedback. I am anxious to try one myself.

  26. (verified owner)

    Having eyesight problems as a spectacle wearer, optics and light conditions play a big part in accuracy. Lets face it, most optics are bulky and a pain.

    
I was looking for a decent sight for rabbit shooting on my farm. I had tried red dots but on a .22 they danced around the target.
I found this after a search, irons I love, but at sixty odd yards it is pushing it on small quarry. Also I hate wounding, in England some folk ( we call them antis ) are all too quick to criticise.


    The sight arrived well packaged and instructions are clear. Service is excellent, what I expect.

    
Easy to mount and zeroed at thirty yards on paper. I pushed the performance out to fifty yards, then to seventy. Easy on the eye and light gathering qualities are excellent. I managed some very close groups out to seventy and it soon passed my personal test of an egg atop a fence post at sixty five.


    Being a new way of sighting to me, I kept to one eye closed and no problems. Also being parallax free the sight is a dream. What you aim at you hit. It also makes the rifle more pleasant to use, no fussing about banging an optic and losing zero. The rifle is also a lot lighter.


    Grand for using from a truck window too, and in woodland. Its tough and weatherproof.

    
I really am grateful for this, it has brought enjoyment back to my shooting. Not a bad price either, for a well made and robust sight you cannot go wrong

  27. (verified owner)

    Absolutely love this sight. I put it on a Red Jacket 10/22 bullpup and it is awesome for quick and simple acquisition of your target. There’s a few things I think would make it better though…

    

1. I had so much elevation adjustment that I now have approximately 3/16″ of the screw showing that is seen through the lense, maybe you could include a shorter adjustment screw to cover those with the same issue. I’d rather have that than the Allen wrenches.



    2. This thing needs a cover, whether it be keeping dust off it or cleaning solvents, it needs a cover.

    

3. Tone down the billboard on the side. I get that you want to get your name out there, but it’s a much. It will get questioned and/or recognized at the range without out such a deafening logo.



    4. Round the corners off a bit. It almost looks like a Lego block on my rifle.



    All that being said, I would, and have recommended this to friends. If you have shooters struggling with lining up the front and rear sights, this is a great, inexpensive solution to your problem.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Have this mounted on a Winchester 94AE. Utilized the forward scope base to attach and while I would prefer to use a picatinny rail, have not found one of those for a 94AE. Utilized a laser bore site to get preliminary adjustments done on site before taking to range. On paper at 50 yds. Got close to zero and moved back to 100 yds. Shooting 3″ groups and I wear corrective lens that are trifocals. Can also use sight with both eyes open which is a big plus.

  29. 5 out of 5

    absolutely great sight. put an original see all on my vepr-12 and could not be happier with it. very quick from target to target and is still holding zero. much cheaper than a nice red dot, but just as effective. will be buying more see alls for my new rifle and shotgun purchases. just wish they made a mount for my xdm 5.25.

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