What Materials Are Used to Make the See All Open Sight?


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The See All Open Sight is a made from machined 6061 t6 aluminum and contains a glass lens, which magnifies green fiber optic edge-glow material. It is designed to fit on picatinny or weaver rails and is held in place with two setscrews.

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The See All Open Sight is a durable and lightweight firearm aiming sight that can be affixed to rifles, shotguns, handguns, blackpowder rifles and crossbows. The sight measures 2.2 inches long, 1 inch wide, 1 inch high and weighs 1.8 ounces. It also features 150 inches of windage and 150 inches of elevation adjustment from 100 yards.

The sight utilizes an edge glow lit reticle and patented single-element optics to maximize accuracy by magnifying and focusing on the crosshair reticle. No batteries are required to illuminate it. Rather, it draws in all available light to fill the optic and reticle with florescent green illumination to make the crosshairs visible while still allowing the shooter to see the target, even in very low light conditions.

Once attached to a gun, a shooter sights a target by placing the crosshair reticle on the target and shooting. Accuracy is enhanced because the crosshair is focused on the same plane as the target.

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