Product Preview: Trijicon Fiber Sights

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posted on April 24, 2019
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Trijicon has a lot of experience both in manufacturing robust pistol iron sights, and in the use of fiber optics in firearm aiming devices—including in its famed ACOG rifle optics. The company is combining those core proficiencies in its new Fiber Sights, which are available for many popular handgun platforms. Fiber Sights feature steel construction and combine a black, ledge-style, horizontally-serrated, 0.125” square-notch rear sight with a 0.110” front sight that utilizes a red fiber-optic pipe to gather light and draw the eye. Red and green replacement fibers are included to address normal wear and accommodate shooters who prefer a verdant sight picture. As we’ve come to expect from Trijicon, the Fiber Sight irons are designed to be exceptionally durable, costing $105. For more information, please visit trijicon.com.

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