Mk2 - Non-Tritium Open Sight Rail Mounted
Mk2 - Non-Tritium Open Sight Rail Mounted
Mk2 - Non-Tritium Open Sight Rail Mounted
Mk2 - Non-Tritium Open Sight Rail Mounted

Mk2 - Non-Tritium Open Sight Rail Mounted

Regular price $119.95 Sale price $99.95

PATENTED DESIGN!   NO PARALLAX ERROR!   MADE IN THE USA!       

The MARK 2, our 2nd Generation sight, is the result of years of R&D and extreme testing. Unlike other manufacturers, this sight isn't subject to temperature or humidity errors.

With SeeAll sights you HIT THE TARGET... every time!

Our patented system includes a rail adapter designed for easy and secure installation for any Picatinny or Weaver rail system. Read more below.                                                                                                                                                                                                 

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See All Open Rifle Sight (The Mark2)-

An update of our Original Sight, the Mark2 is a streamline construct with all the same dependability and quality as the original. If you are looking for a rail-mounted sight, you've come to the right place. Why we claim our open sights are the best sights on the market:

Exciting Illumination Technology:

Low to Full Light: Edge Glow Polycarbonate - This light gathering technology ensures full reticle visibility when shooting from low to full light conditions. From new moon to noon sun, the reticle will be clearly visible.

Constructed for Maximum Durability and Quality:

100% made in the USA

Anodized 6160 Aluminum body for both strength and corrosion resistance

High strength polycarbonate "guts" to prevent scratching and temperature warping

We build our products to last. One of our first tests for durability was to drop a mounted sight with pistol from 6' to hard concrete. The result - perfectly usable!

Unmatched Designed for Superior Performance:

Lifetime Warranty: With multiple patents and a lifetime warranty on parts, we stand behind our claims that this is the best open rifle sight on the market.

Holds Zero: Our patented Micro-Adjust system with multiple hard spring placement ensures our sights hold zero in every situation.

True Clarity: The See All no-gap construction method prevents hazing, fogging and scratching. This means you'll have a clear site picture every time and in every environment.

No Parallax: Unlike other sights, where you see the reticle is where your round will hit. Regardless of your angle or eye position you'll hit where you aim.

Miscellaneous:

Each See All Open Sight comes individually boxed and includes hex wrenches for mounting and for sight adjustment.

 Specs.

  • 1 inch wide
  • 2.7 inches long
  • 1 inch tall
  • .75  inches taller than the rail its mounted on
  • weight 2.4 ounces
  • requires 1 inch long rail to mount onto

Installation Instructions Click Here

Customer Reviews

Based on 58 reviews
88%
(51)
9%
(5)
3%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
D.M.
Brilliant!

Remarkable. Easy on, easy to sight in, easy to get used to. My new favorite sight.

J
J.
Great sights

Great - easy to read, really durable design. Mounted on all my weapons except long ranges - and I'm completely satisfied. Will need to machine custom dovetails to fit IMI Jericho and CZ75

H
H.T.D.
Rail mounted sight, non-tritium

Works great on Keltec Sub-2000 with elevated Picatinny rail mount.

J
J.H.
Excellent price for an excellent product

Perfect sight for the money

O
O.
I'm really liking it.

Most of my shooting is with air rifle. Many of the high end guns are absent open sights. I have been looking for a way to put open sights on such guns. I would go with a Williams aperture sight, which I normally prefer, but that still leaves the problem of the missing front sight. I could employ some type of holographic unit but to me that's not really an open sight, and then batteries are required. The SEE All solves the equation.
I installed it on a Diana 430L; I bought myself for Xmas. My 60 year old 20/30 vision can keep 1/2 groups from 50". That's with no practice using the See All. It's also a little better than average for me when using convention iron sights.

I bought both the tritium and non-tritium versions of the Mk2. Unless you shoot in very low light conditions the tritium is not necessary as the non tritium seems to work well into twilight. After using both, I seem to achieve better results with the delta image than the crosshair, but with more use that may change. I had no difficulty finding a zero.

I think the reviewer that said "Dim and blurry even in bright conditions" should consider a trip to the eye doctor, there may be something wrong..

It's likely I'll be back for more.

Customer Reviews

Based on 58 reviews
88%
(51)
9%
(5)
3%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
D
D.M.
Brilliant!

Remarkable. Easy on, easy to sight in, easy to get used to. My new favorite sight.

J
J.
Great sights

Great - easy to read, really durable design. Mounted on all my weapons except long ranges - and I'm completely satisfied. Will need to machine custom dovetails to fit IMI Jericho and CZ75

H
H.T.D.
Rail mounted sight, non-tritium

Works great on Keltec Sub-2000 with elevated Picatinny rail mount.

J
J.H.
Excellent price for an excellent product

Perfect sight for the money

O
O.
I'm really liking it.

Most of my shooting is with air rifle. Many of the high end guns are absent open sights. I have been looking for a way to put open sights on such guns. I would go with a Williams aperture sight, which I normally prefer, but that still leaves the problem of the missing front sight. I could employ some type of holographic unit but to me that's not really an open sight, and then batteries are required. The SEE All solves the equation.
I installed it on a Diana 430L; I bought myself for Xmas. My 60 year old 20/30 vision can keep 1/2 groups from 50". That's with no practice using the See All. It's also a little better than average for me when using convention iron sights.

I bought both the tritium and non-tritium versions of the Mk2. Unless you shoot in very low light conditions the tritium is not necessary as the non tritium seems to work well into twilight. After using both, I seem to achieve better results with the delta image than the crosshair, but with more use that may change. I had no difficulty finding a zero.

I think the reviewer that said "Dim and blurry even in bright conditions" should consider a trip to the eye doctor, there may be something wrong..

It's likely I'll be back for more.