Micro Tritium SeeAll Open Sight
Micro Tritium SeeAll Open Sight
Micro Tritium SeeAll Open Sight
Micro Tritium SeeAll Open Sight
Micro Tritium SeeAll Open Sight
Micro Tritium SeeAll Open Sight
Micro Tritium SeeAll Open Sight
Micro Tritium SeeAll Open Sight

Micro Tritium SeeAll Open Sight

Regular price $149.95

Micro Tritium SeeAll Open Sight

Our Micro Tritium SeeAll Open Sight is everything you are looking for in an open sight! Unlike other manufactures we leave the batteries out of our products, and still offer the best lighting on the market! See your sight picture perfectly with a full body of edge glow to gather light, and our patented tritium placement directly behind the reticle for dust/dark situations. 

Features 

  • Dual Illumination 

  • Small Micro Design

  • Quick Sight Acquisition

  • Pin Point Accuracy

  • 150+ inches of Windage, and Elevation

  • Parallax Free Sighting System

  • Lifetime Warranty  

  • Works on any application that has a picatinny mounting rail

Mounting Your SeeAll Open Sight

Our Micro SeeAll Open Sight mounts to a standard picatinny, or weaver rail system. Slide the sight on from either end of the rail, tighten both set screws evenly on both sides using the allen key provided. (5/64) 

Construction

Body is constructed of a CNC cut 6061 aluminum that has been anodized

Guts, and optic are acrylic for the best lighting, and durability 

100% Made In The USA!

Comes with the Sight, and a Allen Key that adjusts the sight, and mounts the sight. 

Incased tritium vile embedded into the acrylic

Specs. 

  • 1 inch wide

  • 1.8 inches long

  • Weight .8 ounces

  • .78 inches tall, .58 above rail when mounted

  • Standard picatinny cut 

  • Tritium Life 15-20 Years 

Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
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J
J.
Micro SeeAll Sight

This is my 4th SeeAll. Works great on pistol. Since my vision isn’t all that great, I have found these sights to be a great solution. Being self-powered is a plus, they are always ready. This is my favorite sighting system for close to medium ranges. These is a very small learning curve, not much different from any other system, then they are fast on target and really work well. So very pleased overall.

R
R.T.
Mk3 tritium exceeds all expectations.

Brightness: no ambient light needed. Sight picture is easily visible in pitch black no flashlight. Build: the hole core is edge glo as opposed to the mk2 (owned as well). This makes even day sight picture much brighter. Retention: 2 Allen grub screws on both sides is more than enough for a sight this light weight and mounts to rails that have the center milled out for iron sights or weight reduction. Application: mountain rifle. 50 to 150yd range. Sight must always be on. Night capable. Repair is not an option. Must be durable and work in -23 F weather. Scops are to expensive. Red dots have electronics. System is capable of 1 moa at 100 yds. Future applications: edc pistol. Conclusion: mk3 is the best sight yet and see all as a company was a pleasure to work with. Sight arrived two days after ordering. Looking forward to ordering another one. Keep up the good work see all.

P
P.H.
Micro tritium on a PCC

I have two of these sights. The tritium one is on a Pistol Caliber Carbine. I mounted it about 10 inches from my eye for optimum size of the delta. Once I got use to it it was very fast to use on a target or bowling pins. In low lighting the tritium glow is brighter than any tritium I’ve ever seen! Absolutely love it. As a added benefit it’s analog, no batteries to worry about. :) Paul

M
M.P.
It's ok.

Works fine as a low light sight that doesn't require batteries. The darker it is, the better it works. Not really my thing for a regular daylight sight where you are trying to aim precisely. I got the mini tritium version to put on a 10/22 for my daughters to shoot but the sight picture is less than ideal when mounted to the reciever. When mounted that close to the eye you can see the lines/edges of the recess in plastic piece where the tritium is housed. Much better suited for use out at arms length. Might try putting it on a pistol. Even at the sale price I got it for, it's kind of expensive for what it is. Customer service was very helpful with a problem I had with the first one they sent me, though. Quickly sent off a replacement with prepaid envelope, so it didn't cost me anything to get a replacement.

W
W.M.
Micro tritium seeall open sight

The sight fit perfectly on the rail on my daughter's 20ga. It gives her a great cheek weld which is hard to get with other sights. I haven't shot it yet due to weather and work so time will tell if It can handle the recoil and maintain zero with 3" magnum turkey loads


Customer Reviews

Based on 26 reviews
92%
(24)
0%
(0)
8%
(2)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
J
J.
Micro SeeAll Sight

This is my 4th SeeAll. Works great on pistol. Since my vision isn’t all that great, I have found these sights to be a great solution. Being self-powered is a plus, they are always ready. This is my favorite sighting system for close to medium ranges. These is a very small learning curve, not much different from any other system, then they are fast on target and really work well. So very pleased overall.

R
R.T.
Mk3 tritium exceeds all expectations.

Brightness: no ambient light needed. Sight picture is easily visible in pitch black no flashlight. Build: the hole core is edge glo as opposed to the mk2 (owned as well). This makes even day sight picture much brighter. Retention: 2 Allen grub screws on both sides is more than enough for a sight this light weight and mounts to rails that have the center milled out for iron sights or weight reduction. Application: mountain rifle. 50 to 150yd range. Sight must always be on. Night capable. Repair is not an option. Must be durable and work in -23 F weather. Scops are to expensive. Red dots have electronics. System is capable of 1 moa at 100 yds. Future applications: edc pistol. Conclusion: mk3 is the best sight yet and see all as a company was a pleasure to work with. Sight arrived two days after ordering. Looking forward to ordering another one. Keep up the good work see all.

P
P.H.
Micro tritium on a PCC

I have two of these sights. The tritium one is on a Pistol Caliber Carbine. I mounted it about 10 inches from my eye for optimum size of the delta. Once I got use to it it was very fast to use on a target or bowling pins. In low lighting the tritium glow is brighter than any tritium I’ve ever seen! Absolutely love it. As a added benefit it’s analog, no batteries to worry about. :) Paul

M
M.P.
It's ok.

Works fine as a low light sight that doesn't require batteries. The darker it is, the better it works. Not really my thing for a regular daylight sight where you are trying to aim precisely. I got the mini tritium version to put on a 10/22 for my daughters to shoot but the sight picture is less than ideal when mounted to the reciever. When mounted that close to the eye you can see the lines/edges of the recess in plastic piece where the tritium is housed. Much better suited for use out at arms length. Might try putting it on a pistol. Even at the sale price I got it for, it's kind of expensive for what it is. Customer service was very helpful with a problem I had with the first one they sent me, though. Quickly sent off a replacement with prepaid envelope, so it didn't cost me anything to get a replacement.

W
W.M.
Micro tritium seeall open sight

The sight fit perfectly on the rail on my daughter's 20ga. It gives her a great cheek weld which is hard to get with other sights. I haven't shot it yet due to weather and work so time will tell if It can handle the recoil and maintain zero with 3" magnum turkey loads