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Williams™ Western Precision Muzzleloading Sight Set - CVA, Traditions, T/C & Knight - 676584

Williams™ Western Precision Muzzleloading Sight Set - CVA, Traditions, T/C & Knight - 676584

Includes peep and globe sight with reticle inserts
Made in the USA - machined aluminum, rustproof peep sights

Original price $108.00 - Original price $108.00
Original price
$108.00 - $108.00
Current price $108.00
SKU 676584


The Williams Western Precision Muzzleloading Sight is the ultimate sight setup for western hunters in states that do not allow scopes on muzzleloaders. The Precision Muzzleloading Sight set includes a Williams WGRS rear peep sight, with a new front globe sight. While globe sights are nothing new to muzzleloading, this sight is a new model that attaches directly to the barrel of modern inline muzzleloaders, without using any dovetail mounts or additional bases. The Williams Globe Front Sight attaches with one screw, directly to the barrel.

With California, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, Nevada, and Washington all requiring muzzleloading hunters to use open sights, this new sight set is the perfect solution for those hunters looking to stretch their range. There are several different reticles included in this pack, with the one that we like the most being a crosshair with an additional sub-tension line below, which gives you a reference point for additional yardages. There are also reticles included for a standard crosshair and several other popular globe sight reticles, but the new BDC-style reticle is the one we anticipate most hunters using.

The bullet drop compensating reticle was designed with a 250-grain bullet and 110 grains of Blackhorn 209 powder. This load has been a standard load for us in the CVA Accura muzzleloaders, as well as the Traditions Vortek and Thompson Center Triumph muzzleloaders. With this load and the Western Precision Sight set, we recommend zeroing at 100 yards with the main crosshair. This should put the next sub-tension dead-on at 175 yards, and the thick part of the crosshair at 200 yards. Because this may vary from gun to gun, we recommend testing these hold points for your muzzleloader, altitude, and load. We also believe there will be an advantage in sighting in at 50 yards with the main crosshair in certain applications.

Previously, muzzleloading hunters that wanted this kind of setup would have to buy the Williams WGRS sight, Lyman Front Globe, Williams Dovetail Front Ramp, and Lee Shaver Inserts to achieve this same system, but with additional pieces and a more complicated result. Now, with this sight set from Williams, you can get everything you need in one package, that will fit your gun and load data.

Built out of solid aluminum, the Williams Western Precision Muzzleloader Sights are durable and lightweight. These sights are easy to mount, sight in, and are sure to extend your muzzleloader range and increase accuracy. Included in the package are the required mounting screws, front globe sight, rear WGRS peep sight, and six reticle options.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 40 reviews
R.F. (Rio Rancho, NM)
Sucess in New Mexico

My state changed to no scoped muzzleloaders last year. I had time to install the globe and peep and go to the range 3 times before my deer hunt. It did take me a few shots to understand and find my eye relief with the peep and globe, but once I realized that I was good to go. For this past fall, I felt confident out to 175yds with this setup and was able to harvest my biggest. I feel that with more time, I can work my way up to 225 yds before fall '24.

Bill V.

Easy install and fits nice! As soon as bullets and powder get here I'm ready to "sight" it in.

Brandon L.
Williams open site

I purchased the Williams open site a few days before hunting season. Was able to get it on target fairly easy. My son had his first successful youth elk hunt. He got his 6×6 bull elk around 250 yards up hill. I was very impressed with the sites. A fluorescent fiber optic would be the only other upgrade to this to make the cross hair line up on target a little quicker. But all around a great addition if a scope is no longer allowed in the state of New Mexico.


I bought this about 6 months ago and used it on a Colorado mule deer hunt. I sighted in at $125 yards mostly because that's where the shade was on my range. At 200 yards the lower Crosshair was a little high probably because I didn't cite the main cross hair in at 100 yards. I was able to get my groupings to around 6 in at 200 yards. I was 100% pleased with the results. On the hunt I ended up getting a shot in dark Timber at 15 yards. The site was very difficult to see at that range in heavy shade at a mule deer buck. Fiber optics would have been great in this situation but it could not have been foreseen. Just be aware that if you're hunting a dark animal such as a mule deer, a black bear, or a moose that you may not be able to see the crosshairs well in low light. Other than that it's the next best thing to a scope.

Paul B.
TC Omega

Called tech support and the gentleman was outstanding. He very quickly answered all questions. I placed the order and the item shipped quickly. Install was a breeze. Should be a good hunt. Thank you all for great support.