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Mk2 - Micro Rail Sight

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Mk2 Micro Sight



Our Mk2 SeeAll Open Sight is the answer to what 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 optional tritium dual illumination!

Features

  • Full body edge glow for light gathering 

  • Simple quick disconnect mounting system

  • 1.4 ounces 

  • Quick sight acquisition

  • Pin point accuracy

  • 150+ inches of adjustment to zero in to your gun

  • Parallax free sighting system

  • Lifetime warranty

  • Fits all standard picatinny, or weaver rails  

Mounting Your SeeAll Open Sight

Our Mk2 SeeAll Open Sight mounts to a standard picatinny rail system. Set the sight on your rail at the desired location, push the clamp over against the rail, and then tighten the thumb nut. Also included is a cap nut if you do not like the size of the thumb nut. 

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!

Included in the package is your Sight, and Allen Key that adjusts the sight.

Specs.

  • 1.52 inch wide including thumb nut 1 inch not including thumb nut

  • 2 inches long

  • Weight 1.4 ounces

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

  • Standard picatinny cut 

 

 

Customer Reviews

Based on 421 reviews
79%
(333)
16%
(67)
3%
(14)
1%
(6)
0%
(1)
G
Gabriel Weldon
Just what the Dr. ordered

Nice sight. I need to buy a 1" riser otherwise I am stuck cheek-hugging the stock. Have done zero target practice as the weapon is primarily for home defense (like when some arsehole decides you need arresting cause you don't gaf about him or his needle) and being a 50cal the 1st shot will be devastating.

T
Tech573
WAY COOL

MK2 is so easy to use. Quick to install & adjust. Fast target acquisition. Love the low-profile look and no batteries is a bonus. Will definitely buy another.

S
Sierra
Much better than you think they are, but not quite as awesome as you hope they are.

I have a lot to say about these sights. A lot. So much that I'm going to end up putting a video together because there's just a lot to say. I'll start by repeating the title of this review, because it's accurate: These sights are much, much better than you think they are. And they're not as awesome as you hope they'll be.

If you're reading this it's because you've got that question in your mind: how good are these? The basic, fundamental answer is very simple: good enough. I'd even say "good." They're like... iron sights 'plus'. Super irons. Arguably great irons. And if you're just looking to add BUIS then this is a pretty darned great product. They're craaaazy easy to pick up visually, and they're weirdly accurate and parallax free. They don't require batteries and they're pretty tough. I've thrown mud over mine to see how they fare when they get dirty and I'll say they do pretty well considering the 'open' nature of the design.

But, but... are they better than red dots? Are they The Next Big Thing and are they going to replace stupid expensive red dots? No way. Not even close. Well... maybe close, that's actually a tough call. But they're just not quite there; the sight picture on a RDS is just clean and open and you can see everything. The new generation of RDS is phenomenal and functional and they last for years on a battery and they shake-awake and blah blah blah.

The see-all obscures a chunk of target with its magic magnified window that holds the delta of death. That's the biggest negative, and it's kinda-sorta offset by keeping both eyes open so you can get that overlay effect. Kinda-sorta, because it's real bright and real green and... well, yeah.

Listen, I'm gonna go over a lot of this in my video so I'm just going to hit the key points for you real quick-like: it's a tremendous replacement for irons. I love it on my lever gun, I'm told it's the bee's knees on a shotgun, and I've used it as a BUIS on an AR with good effect. It can certainly be used on a modern sporting rifle effectively. In fact, a rifle is where it really shines. On a pistol it's a bit less amazeballs but it can and does work, you're just gonna be a little less impressed and it's really, really going to obscure your target. In competition, yeah, you may learn to really hate that. In Dynamic Critical Incidents maybe that's less of a big deal, idk. YMMV.

Should you buy this? They're relatively inexpensive to begin with so maybe, yeah, you could try it and see what you think. When they're 50% off, heck yeah you should give this thing a try. They're actually kinda cool. It's different and it *does* work. You may have to deal with your friends raising eyebrows at you for what is, essentially, technology from WW2 but at the end of the day it works pretty well. Surprisingly well. Why not? When RDS are $600+ these sights are a relative bargain for pretty great performance. I did it and I honestly do not regret it one bit.

Let's go Brandon!!!

L
Larry Black
Great Sight on my New Black Rain Carbine!!

Absoutely love this sight on my 9mm carbine!! Works great and no batteries!!

A
Alan Kline

Mk2 - Micro Rail Sight

Customer Reviews

Based on 421 reviews
79%
(333)
16%
(67)
3%
(14)
1%
(6)
0%
(1)
G
Gabriel Weldon
Just what the Dr. ordered

Nice sight. I need to buy a 1" riser otherwise I am stuck cheek-hugging the stock. Have done zero target practice as the weapon is primarily for home defense (like when some arsehole decides you need arresting cause you don't gaf about him or his needle) and being a 50cal the 1st shot will be devastating.

T
Tech573
WAY COOL

MK2 is so easy to use. Quick to install & adjust. Fast target acquisition. Love the low-profile look and no batteries is a bonus. Will definitely buy another.

S
Sierra
Much better than you think they are, but not quite as awesome as you hope they are.

I have a lot to say about these sights. A lot. So much that I'm going to end up putting a video together because there's just a lot to say. I'll start by repeating the title of this review, because it's accurate: These sights are much, much better than you think they are. And they're not as awesome as you hope they'll be.

If you're reading this it's because you've got that question in your mind: how good are these? The basic, fundamental answer is very simple: good enough. I'd even say "good." They're like... iron sights 'plus'. Super irons. Arguably great irons. And if you're just looking to add BUIS then this is a pretty darned great product. They're craaaazy easy to pick up visually, and they're weirdly accurate and parallax free. They don't require batteries and they're pretty tough. I've thrown mud over mine to see how they fare when they get dirty and I'll say they do pretty well considering the 'open' nature of the design.

But, but... are they better than red dots? Are they The Next Big Thing and are they going to replace stupid expensive red dots? No way. Not even close. Well... maybe close, that's actually a tough call. But they're just not quite there; the sight picture on a RDS is just clean and open and you can see everything. The new generation of RDS is phenomenal and functional and they last for years on a battery and they shake-awake and blah blah blah.

The see-all obscures a chunk of target with its magic magnified window that holds the delta of death. That's the biggest negative, and it's kinda-sorta offset by keeping both eyes open so you can get that overlay effect. Kinda-sorta, because it's real bright and real green and... well, yeah.

Listen, I'm gonna go over a lot of this in my video so I'm just going to hit the key points for you real quick-like: it's a tremendous replacement for irons. I love it on my lever gun, I'm told it's the bee's knees on a shotgun, and I've used it as a BUIS on an AR with good effect. It can certainly be used on a modern sporting rifle effectively. In fact, a rifle is where it really shines. On a pistol it's a bit less amazeballs but it can and does work, you're just gonna be a little less impressed and it's really, really going to obscure your target. In competition, yeah, you may learn to really hate that. In Dynamic Critical Incidents maybe that's less of a big deal, idk. YMMV.

Should you buy this? They're relatively inexpensive to begin with so maybe, yeah, you could try it and see what you think. When they're 50% off, heck yeah you should give this thing a try. They're actually kinda cool. It's different and it *does* work. You may have to deal with your friends raising eyebrows at you for what is, essentially, technology from WW2 but at the end of the day it works pretty well. Surprisingly well. Why not? When RDS are $600+ these sights are a relative bargain for pretty great performance. I did it and I honestly do not regret it one bit.

Let's go Brandon!!!

L
Larry Black
Great Sight on my New Black Rain Carbine!!

Absoutely love this sight on my 9mm carbine!! Works great and no batteries!!

A
Alan Kline

Mk2 - Micro Rail Sight