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Sight Glass for Deer/Game Feeder Barrels


Product Description

Tell if you've got feed at a glance.  This clear polycarbonate sight glass installs in virtually any feeder.  Simply cut out a 6"x1.5" slot in your barrel, run a bead of silicone around the flange, and screw (or bolt, or rivet) into place.  Made to install on the inside of the barrel.

Overall dimensions:  7" x 2.5"
Window dimensions:  6" x 1.5"


If given the option for only “in store pick up” after a large order, please call us at 713-694-7552

Product Reviews

  1. Sight Glass

    Posted by Travis Watson on 20th Feb 2018

    Pretty pricey for what they are.... Ordered 4 in one order and 1 more in another order.... Came in the same box... charged double for shipping... .One has spiderweb cracks around a couple of the holes...

  2. There has to be an easier way

    Posted by slim on 11th Sep 2015

    I like this product and will install one in every feeder I have. However, it comes with no directions or templates. There has to be some tips and techniques that make this easier. I kept laughing at myself during the first install. Drilled four small holes at the four corners of the 1.5" by 6" window I laid out. Thought a metal cutting wheel on my 6.5" cordless circular saw would cut a good rectangle from hole to hole - too hard to see the blade for such a small cut. Will use saber saw for round 2. Turned window around and fit into cutout to mark the 6-hole screw pattern. Working by myself, I had no way to place a backstop to drill against so metal around the window opening deformed some. One hole was too close to the edge (poor cut) and wouldn't drill straight so had to grind out a slot for the screw. Then finally got everything to fit after some filing and widening some of the holes in the plastic (easier to do than the metal). Ok, the window is at the bottom of the barrel/hopper. I can either be inside or outside - how to install the screws by myself. I used masking tape across the screw heads to hold the screws from backing out just enough to start the nuts from the other side. then McGyver'd a super long wrench handle with an couple of socket drive extensions, a deep socket just big enough to hold the other end of the wrench. inserted the wrench into the socket, and taped it in-place. It worked to hold the nuts on the inside while I screwed from the outside. But the silicon was partially hardened by the time I figured this out and got it together. Better option, off a buddy a beer to help or install the window before you assemble the feeder. I don't have any beer on hand.

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