Champion Safe Co. Hunting Sight

Priced: $21.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Champion Safe Co. Hunting Sight -
This high-intensity sight helps you keep both eyes open with both sight and target in view. Endorsed by Sport Shooting World-record holder Tom Knapp. Adhesive strip attaches sight to any ribbed shotgun barrel. The low-profile 2.5mm x 2.75" Hunting Bead is for fast-moving target acquisition.
Colors: Green, Red.


  • Low-profile bead fast-moving target acquisition
  • High-intensity sight promotes eye focus
  • Attaches easily to barrel with adhesive strip
  • Endorsed World-record holder Tom Knapp
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Champion Safe Co. Hunting Sight Reviews:

Positive Reviews:


i shoot trap year round and all the people are always talkin bout fiberoptic and one of my friends let me shoot his super black eagle II with this sight and i loved it but i would Never put one on my SUPER BLACK EAGLE II.. so i bought 2 of these and put one on my BPS that i use for trap shootin and one on a youth 20 ga semi automatic that i use for deer huntin these light up great in low light.
Thanks Cabelas.. CWD
CWD330 at Cabelas on 02/04/2013

Excellent Product

I have struggled with being left eye dominant for years. This product has done away with closing my left eye or wearing shooting glasses with tape. My hit percentage has increased greatly. It has worked so well I am getting another one for my new gun.
Anonymous at Cabelas on 07/08/2010

Great product

If your dominate eye is not the one you shoot from
this is a must product.
pharmfarmer at Cabelas on 10/15/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Red Sight is Great, Green sight is not

Red sight is great, easy to see perfect for hunting or skeet shooting. The green sight is hard to pick up, especially in low lights.
BMercer at Cabelas on 06/24/2012