Its not every day that we see a new concept for weapon sights. The See All Open Sight from See All Open Sights (original company name, eh?) is a new concept and product that combines elements of fiber-optic, iron, and dot sighting systems.
The SAOS is 100% American-made and mounts to all standard 1913-style rails. It weights less than 2 ozs. (1.8 to be exact) and requires not batteries. SAOS claims that the SAOS will survive and thrive even mounted to pistol slides or on any weapon with demanding recoil.
I got a chance to go hands-on at SHOT. First thing I noticed was the SAOS is tiny and has negligible weight. The company had pistols and shotguns with the system mounted for people to try. Personally, I found it hard to pick on a pistol, and believe the sight is at home on a shotgun or short-range rifle.
TFB will request one for review and run it through our wringer. Until then, MrGunsNGear’s review will bring you up to speed:
The SAOS from SAOS retails for $98.95. You can buy it direct or through local dealers.
What are your thoughts? A solid improvement over basic or fiber-optic iron-sights or an over-priced gimmick?