NRA Gun Gear of the Week: TruGlo Tritium Pro Handgun Night Sights

posted on February 18, 2018
In recent years, the development of easy-to-see, easy-to-use sights has progressed leaps and bounds, and tritium-powered night sights are easier to find than ever before. In this week's Gun Gear of the Week video, American Rifleman’s Joe Kurtenbach takes a closer look at a new option from TruGlo. Featuring a bold, white front dot and a U-notch rear sight, TruGlo’s Tritium Pro Handgun Night Sights are an aftermarket upgrade for owners of many popular semi-automatic pistols. The steel sights possess embedded tritium vials—one in the front, two in the rear—to create a glowing three-dot sight arrangement for use in low-light conditions. Another feature is the rear sight’s aggressive, forward-cant ledge which is intended to facilitate emergency one-hand manipulations of the slide by providing a “hook” that can engage the edge of a belt, holster or other surface. Watch the video to see how they perform on the range, and for more, go to



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