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.
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.
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
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.
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