Dead Ringer Glock Sights

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posted on March 16, 2014
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Dead Ringer’s steel Snake Eyes sights incorporate several easy-to-see materials to improve target acquisition times in low-light conditions. The aperture-type rear sight, which is press-fit into the slide’s dovetail, encapsulates a circular, fluorescent orange optical Lexan insert and features two tritium dots, while the angled front sight has a single tritium-powered dot in a thick post. The front sight comes with a replacement screw. It is recommended that a gunsmith install the sights. Snake Eyes sights fit all Glock models and retail for $85 to $120.

Contact: Dead Ringer Hunting, 2100 Brighton Henrietta Town Line Road, Rochester, NY 14623; (585) 355-4685

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