HIVIZ Shooting Systems Fiber Optic Handgun Sights

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posted on November 12, 2014
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HIVIZ Shooting Systems has introduced a new series of fiber-optic handgun sights using its new Litewave technology.

A state-of-the-art exoskeleton frame allows an unprecedented amount of light to enter the LitePipe, which permits the sights to offer an even brighter sight picture while maintaining extreme durability. This technology also offers the unique versatility of the interchangeable LitePipe system, giving shooters a variety of color choices for all shooting conditions. The unique design is the only interchangeable rear sight system on the market.

The sights are available for all series of Glock front sights, Smith & Wesson M&P/Shield/ (full-size and compact), and the Ruger LC9 and Ruger GP100. For more, visit hivizsights.com.

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