Dead Ringer Snake Eyes Night Sights

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posted on April 26, 2014
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Dead Ringer has applied their unique ghost ring sight concept, originally developed for bow hunting, to a new series of handgun night sights. Some handgun ghost ring systems use small rear apertures that can obscure the front sight. The Snake Eyes rear sight features a generous aperture that can be fitted with a bright day glow orange ring for day-time shooting.

Tritium inserts, for low light situations, are mounted in the front sight and to either side of the ghost ring rear sight. This rugged metallic sight system is easy to install with options available for several popular defensive pistol brands, including Glock, Ruger, SIG Sauer, and Walther models.

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