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    See All Open Sights

    This isn't S&W specific, but they make sights for S&W.

    Has anyone seen these in person, and or used them? Seems like a good concept, but.... seeing is believing.


    https://seeallopensight.com/collecti...nt=52629992454


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    I remember reading something about SeeAll but never seen any installed on a gun

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    I really wanted to like this but I find it a bit difficult to use. Adjustment is tricky. The reticle obscures the bottom half of your target, so if you’d prefer the sight picture of a scope or peep sights, this isn’t what you want. Mine sits in a drawer.

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    Pretty expensive as well. Looks interesting but the way I shoot, optics are necessary.
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    'You can fool some of the people all of the time, all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool mom....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWAG View Post
    I really wanted to like this but I find it a bit difficult to use. Adjustment is tricky. The reticle obscures the bottom half of your target, so if you’d prefer the sight picture of a scope or peep sights, this isn’t what you want. Mine sits in a drawer.
    I bought one when they were 1st introduced and find same as above. Plus it didn't fit in with my style of shooting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWAG View Post
    I really wanted to like this but I find it a bit difficult to use. Adjustment is tricky. The reticle obscures the bottom half of your target, so if you’d prefer the sight picture of a scope or peep sights, this isn’t what you want. Mine sits in a drawer.
    Appreciate the feedback. I can see where the lower area of your target would be blocked. I guess these have been out for a few years, but just yesterday have known of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MWAG View Post
    I really wanted to like this but I find it a bit difficult to use. Adjustment is tricky. The reticle obscures the bottom half of your target, so if you’d prefer the sight picture of a scope or peep sights, this isn’t what you want. Mine sits in a drawer.
    I had the exact same experience.
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