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SeeAll Sight

Okay, let’s get this one on line.

As you know I am a member of Stuff Stuff and get products sent out to me to test.  Recently received the SeeAll sight from them.  Here is a link to SeeAll’s site:

http://www.seeallopensight.com/

First off, I was quite impressed with how easy it was to mount.  I tried it on 2 rifles (.223 and a Mosin Nagant – 7.62x54r) and a contender pistol (.223).  The sight was easy to move from weapon to weapon, but did take a little getting used to as far as sighting in.  Not much different than lining up regular iron sights.

Definitely not a long distance sight, 200 meters is pushing it as far as I was concerned, but on the pistol at 25 to 50 meters I felt it set up easier on target.  This is the reason I moved the sight to my crossbow pistol.  I had been looking for something that would aid in acquiring a faster sight picture and the SeeAll has helped me find what I wanted.

Here is the sight set up on my crossbow pistol and the resulting shots:

Here is where my SeeAll found a home.

Here is where my SeeAll found a home.

Target acquired.  Hard to see but 2 bolts top, 2 bolts bottom and the orange bolt just to make sure there was enough backing.

Target acquired. Hard to see but 2 bolts top, 2 bolts bottom and the orange bolt just to make sure there was enough backing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This may seem like a lot of money (sight is listed at $100) for a crossbow pistol and I would have to agree with you.  Once I get a railed 45 I will try it there but that will probably be next Christmas.

The only problems I foresee with this sight on a slide pistol (9mm or 45) is what type of holster you use.

Well, that about does it for this one.

Have a blessed day, I certainly am

SSG Nasty

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