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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 no changes to your pistol or rifle. The pictures below demonstrate the improvement.


Before

After

There are two versions of the Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture, the standard version and the adjustable version. Both versions utilize a plastic disc that provides an opening, or "aperture", to improve your sight picture. The aperture disc has a small magnet attached to it. Included is a second magnet called a holding magnet. The aperture disc is 1.125" in diameter. The magnets are 0.5" in diameter.

The standard version has a fixed aperture which is 1/16" in diameter. The adjustable version has a mechanism on the disc that allows the aperture diameter to be adjusted from 0.03" to 0.32" (pointed to by an arrow in the pictures below). This mechanism is rotated clockwise or counter-clockwise to enlarge or reduce the size of the aperture.

Standard
Adjustable

The Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture attaches to your shooting glasses or prescription glasses. The holding magnet rests on inside of the lens and the aperture disc rests on the outside. The magnetic force keeps the aperture disc and the holding magnet on the lens opposite each other. Click here for a visual representation of how this works. The aperture disc slides 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 disc while aiming increases the eye's ability to focus on multiple things at different distances. In photography this is know as "depth of focus". Depth of focus determines how much of the foreground and background is in focus relative to the main subject of the picture. This is the same concept used by the Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture. When the aperture is placed between the eye and the rear sight, then the front sight, rear sight and target are in focus while aiming.

If you prefer to use a larger aperture on the standard version you can use a drill and the appropriate sized bit to enlarge it. Just be aware this is a permanent change.

Click here for important information about what glasses you use with the Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture.

Keep them clean! Keep the magnets clean. Dirt or dust particles can cause scratches on the lens of your shooting glasses.


What an expert has to say about the Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture:

Once you've developed presbyopia (the need for reading glasses), target shooting can be a real chore. There's just no good way to keep the iron sights and your target down range in focus at the same time with a pair of glasses alone. The best option is to increase the eye's depth of field with a spectacle-mounted artificial aperture, and the products included on SeeBetterShootBetter.com are the finest examples of these I've ever seen. They are inexpensive, well-made, and easy to take off and put on your glasses. And they work! I recommend these products to all of my shooters over age 40.

Jeffrey Fardink
Doctor of Optometry
Futuresightoptometry.com


Benefits of the Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture
  • Flexibility to position the aperture so you don't have to alter your natural shooting stance
  • Extremely light in weight - 0.1 ounces
  • 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


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The Magnetic Target Shooting Aperture has been purchased by customers in the U.S.
and several countries around the world.

Send questions or comments to bullseye@SeeBetterShootBetter.com.