When comparing side by side, we see that a standard notch and blade sight takes up more target space than the runway sights. Our sights allow for a quicker and more accurate targeting. We found the runway sights to be more stable and accurate alternative to the notch and blade. We also found that individuals prefer the runway sight for this simple reason:   It's clearer to look through!

Would you rather the sight block your eyes, or guide your eyes?

Our Sights

 Our sights frame the target and put it in the fatal funnel. As we say in the South,

"Keep it between the ditches y'all".

From the Rear

What It Does
On Point Sights Training Methods

Our sights are better than yours, period.  They allow you to draw your weapon and acquire your target faster. When using our sights, people feel more confident and prepared.

   These lightweight sights can be machined from polymer or steel. They are designed with two channels separated by three fiber or tritium sight pieces. By machining a rail system compatible with many popular gun companies, our designs can be used on handguns, shotguns, or rifles. 

   We currently possess several prototypes already attached to multiple weapons. We currently have the engineered cad files for 3 of our designs, and have drawings for many more. We currently have the next generation of gun sight technology in the palm of our hands. This will dramatically change sighting, shooting, and accuracy in the world of firearms. 

​(Formerly Obnoxious Sights)

What's ACTUALLY there

From the Front

How it Works
What you see with ONE eye
Aiming Down the Line


God gave you two eyes for a reason! Use them!

On Point Sights

​Traditional Front Sight

Our sights guide you!

                       . Available for pistols, shotguns and rifles.

What is it?

Our sights also maintain a greater accuracy.  When looking down the sight, at 20 feet and in, you will stay within a 4 1/2 inch spread, no matter what fiber or tritium post you line up on.

   When we look down the sights of a gun, we focus on the front sight, then the back sight, then the target. This takes too long, and we really shouldn’t be looking at the sights at all, but rather through them at the target.

    By utilizing our design, we make it easier for people to focus on targets downrange using both eyes.  You must use both eyes. If one eye worked better, we would do everything with one eye. Our sights allow you see the target and maintain situational awareness without losing depth perception because you are using both eyes.  With one eye closed, you lose depth perception and 50% of your vision.