This is a more compact evolution of the Telrad sight - the original astronomy heads-up display sight. The QuikFinder is distinguished not only for its compact profile, but also for its blinking circuit which allows one to have the Bulls-Eye pattern blink on or off. The QuikFinder sight is composed of two components: 1) QuikFinder Sight, and 2) Quick Release Platform/Base. The Base is installed onto a telescope by either double sided tape, or velcro straps, or the base may be bolted on as well. The Sight snaps onto either of the furnished bases. The Sight houses the power supply (a button size, long life Lithium battery), a black on-off rotary switch which also can vary the brightness of the display, a smaller white rotary dial that can adjust the "pulsing" of the display from a slow blink to rapid or continuously on pattern, a red L.E.D. lamp, the QuikFinder Bulls eye reticle, a 45 degree inclined transparent display window, and a lens to bring the image of the reticle to focus on the window.