See All Open Sights' New, Tritium Lit Sight

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posted on January 20, 2016
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New for 2016, See All Open Sights will unveil their all-­‐new, tritium-­‐lit gun sight during the Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade (SHOT) Show in Las Vegas, January 19-­‐22. The See All "Nite" sight will be on display at the See All booth #2219 and #32009.

Building on the success and capability of the See All Open Sight, the See All Nite offers the same ruggedness and accuracy but with the added versatility of tritium. A tritium-­‐based sight provides optimal lighting in any conditions -­‐ day or night. Easily mounted directly onto any existing dovetail, the See All Nite by Oversight Shooting Technologies, LLC offers a simple design that eliminates the burden of adjusting to a new sight and simplifies zeroing in on a target with its pinpoint accurate crosshairs.

"We're very excited about getting this into the hands of our customers! We think they'll be amazed at how accurate and versatile our new sight is. And once they see how well the tritium performs in any lighting conditions, they'll agree that this is the best open gun sight available today," said Ron Capson, president of See All Open Sight. "Come by and see us at SHOT Show and give it a look. You won't be disappointed."

The original See All Open Sight will also be on display at SHOT Show. It has no fuzzy sight element to interpolate. Simply place the triangular crosshair reticle on the target, and shoot. It's open design and non-­‐existent learning curve leads to reflex-­‐quick target acquisition, as your target never leaves your field of view – making it a favorite among beginners and seasoned pros alike. Plus, you never have to worry about dead batteries, fog, rain or even an accidental dip in the river. The See All Open Sight can be bumped, knocked around and dropped. Even low light is no issue! MSRP: $98.95

Learn more about See All Open Sight at http://SeeAllOpenSight.Com and https://www.facebook.com/SeeAllOpenSight

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