SeeAll Sight

I saw this slick little sight in the SHOT Show New Products center. It’s hard to describe, but the SeeAll is kind of like an RMR or “window” sight in that you don’t have to have your eye perfectly aligned behind it to aim accurately and you can use it on rifles, handguns or shotguns. It uses fiber optic technology to edge glow the reticle so you can use it in low light and never have to worry about batteries, plus there’s 150 inches of vertical and horizontal adjustment.

 

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Scott Mayer

Scott Mayer

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Mayer began his outdoor industry career in 1993 on the NRA Technical Staff where he became American Rifleman magazine first Shooting Editor. Mayer left NRA and entered the business end of publishing in 2003 as Advertising Account Executive for Safari Club International SAFARI Magazine and Safari Times newspaper. In 2006, Mayer was named Publisher of Shooting Times magazine where he was also tasked with launching and leading Personal Defense TV, the first television show of its kind.

In 2008, Mayer returned to the editorial side of publishing, this time in the digital field, as Editorial Director for Guns & Ammo, Shooting Times, Handguns and Rifleshooter online magazines. After a brief stint in 2011 as the Digital Media Director for an ABC TV affiliate, Mayer returned to the outdoors industry and Safari Club International where he is currently Assistant Publisher and Multi-Media Communications Editor.
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  • Freeze

    I first saw this product a couple of months ago and liked it. I have been kicking around the idea of getting one to put on my VZ-58. I like the idea, and since the VZ is my truck gun it should hold up well and not be effected by temps and batteries are not an issue. I like that is a reasonable retail at around $100 bucks also. If I do get one I will defiantly lost a review.

  • Randy Shadoe

    So what would the sight picture look like? Put the target on the upper point of the triangle?

  • Scott Mayer

    Yes. I saw two reticle types- this one where you just point the triangle where you want the bullet to hit, and a tritium version with a T-shaped reticle and you just put the top of the T where you want to hit.