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    New Sight for my Muzzleloader

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    Went to the range this AM to sight in my TC Pro Hunter with the new SeeAll sight I just installed. Took a little while as the directions are a little sketchy and there are no "clicks" to indicate adjustment. After a little trial and error finally got it to shoot pretty good at 50 yds. I tended to over correct when making adjustments. Going back in a couple of days to work on loads and do 100 yard groups. New trigger is great.
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    That sight is huge!

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    that looks cool, wish I had known about that for my Colorado blackpowder hunt last year

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKC View Post
    That sight is huge!
    It isn't really all that big, I think my picture is a little deceiving. I think I am really going to like it for hunting. It gathers light so it is bright all the time, so I think it will be pretty fast for sight acquisition. I removed the front & rear sight as you don't use them.
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    Looks pretty good CC, and a little big to me too. This past weekend I tried to help my buddy get his TC Triumph Bone Collector sighted in......he is over 50 with more eye sight so he installed a peep sight. I was able to get the gun shooting good for me, but he was still all around. I'm going to have him look it these sights, maybe he will be able to see better...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdub24 View Post
    Looks pretty good CC, and a little big to me too. This past weekend I tried to help my buddy get his TC Triumph Bone Collector sighted in......he is over 50 with more eye sight so he installed a peep sight. I was able to get the gun shooting good for me, but he was still all around. I'm going to have him look it these sights, maybe he will be able to see better...
    I bought mine off of their website: seeallopensight.com I am 72 years old and I really don't shoot well with standard open sights. Have a hard time focusing on rear sight, front sight and target at the same time. When I shoot Bulls Eye pistol, I use a Red Dot and in Cowboy action Shooting I really just concentrate on the front sight and the target and it is pretty close. I just about ignore the rear sight. I wear contacts that really improve my vision, but decided to try this sight, which seems to be good so far.
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    It is a strange looking sight but it looks well built.
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    We will see how it does.
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    Focusing on the sights and target is the problem he had with the regular fiber optic sights. Said it looked like a little green sliver between 2 basketballs. Changed that out with the peep sight which is a little better for him. Probably stick with that but I liked how this one looked on the website so I forwarded it to him. What was your "pretty good" group at 50 yards? Last year I left the season with my Encore shooting 1" group, 2" high at 100 yards with the standard fiber optic sights. I too where contact lenses.
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    I started out at 25 yards and it took about 6 shots to get it on the target so I could go to 50 yards. Then I overcorrected and went back to 25. Then back to 50 and finally got it where I wanted, only problem was I ran out of powder. No group, just the one shot right in the X ring. Like I said the only thing bad I have to say is there are no "clicks" to indicate how much you are moving the sight. Took a little getting used to. I am going back out to the range again, probably Friday, depending on the weather as it is supposed to storm tonight & tomorrow. I'll keep you posted as to the results.
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