Preview: Trijicon Bright & Tough Suppressor Night Sights

posted on October 15, 2020

In order to effectively use a suppressor with a semi-automatic pistol, or to co-witness your irons with a slide-mounted optic, you need a set of sights tall enough to either allow aiming over the silencer or to view both the front and rear sights through the red-dot’s lens.

Trijicon’s Bright & Tough Suppressor Night Sights are ideal for either job, and they are equally functional for both daytime and nighttime use. Presented in the popular three-dot arrangement, the rugged steel sights employ tritium phosphor-filled vials surrounded by white rings, ensuring that you can always see your sights—regardless of the ambient lighting conditions.

Versions are available for a wide variety of gun models from Fabrique Nationale, Glock, Heckler & Koch, SIG Sauer, Smith & Wesson and Springfield Armory.

Suggested retail pricing on these Bright & Tough Suppressor Night Sights is $145. For more information, visit


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