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Get Better Results at the Gun Range - Improved Sight Picture - Tighter Groups
Only $19.95

The Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture improves your ability to see the front sight, rear sight and target when shooting with open sights. You get a much better sight picture which will help improve your accuracy! It requires absolutely no changes to your pistol or rifle. This is not just for people who have less than perfect eyesight. The Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture will provide a better sight picture even for someone who has 20/20 vision.

The picture shows what is considered to be a standard sight picture. Is that what it looks like for you? Me either. When I focus on the front sight, the rear sight and the target are fuzzy. The Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture will allow you to clearly see all three.

The Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture is a set of three neodymium, or rare earth, magnets. Two of the magnets have a small hole in them. They provide the opening, or "aperture", to improve your sight picture. The third magnet has a larger hole and is used to hold the other magnets in place.

1/16" Aperture Magnet

1/2" outer diameter
1/16" inner diameter
1/32" thick
5/64" Aperture Magnet

1/2" outer diameter
5/64" inner diameter
1/32" thick
Holding Magnet

1/2" outer diameter
1/4" inner diameter
1/16" thick

The Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture attaches to your shooting glasses or safety glasses. The holding magnet rests on one side of the lens and the aperture magnet rests on the other side. The magnetic force keeps both magnets on the lens opposite each other. The magnets easily slide on the surface of the lens so you can position it in just the right place. It can be used on the right or left lens. Shooting glasses are not included!

Looking through the aperture magnet while aiming increases the eye's ability to focus on multiple things at different distances. In photography this is know as "depth of focus". A picture taken with a large aperture (similar to using open sights with the naked eye) shows the main subject in focus while the foreground and background are fuzzy. However, in a picture taken with a small aperture (similar to using open sights with the Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture), the main subject, foreground and background are brought into focus.

If you wear prescription eyeglasses click here for more information.

Benefits of the Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture

  • Flexibility to position the aperture so you don't have to alter your natural shooting stance
  • Two aperture sizes maximize the ability to sharpen your sight picture
  • Extremely light in weight
  • Inexpensive
  • Can be used when shooting a pistol or rifle with open sights
  • Not restricted to one firearm like a scope
  • Can be used if you are right or left handed

Start getting tighter groups now!

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We will resume taking orders on
Monday, December 8.
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Thanks for your patience!

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