XS Sights Introduces Next Gen Big Dot Shotgun Beads

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posted on January 15, 2019
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XS Sights has introduced its newest Big Dot Shotgun Beads for home defense in tritium and non-tritium models. 

XS Big Dot Tritium shotgun sights are available in two versions—on a pedestal mount for Remington shotguns or in a plain-barrel model that fits Mossberg shotguns. Both are available in Optic Yellow or Optic Orange. The patent-pending glow dot on this front sight absorbs light and glows in low light levels before it is dark enough to see the tritium.

The new non-tritium Ember Big Dot Shotgun Beads are also available in both Remington and plain barrel models in Optic Yellow or Optic Orange. XS Sights’ proprietary glow technology gives the non-tritium Ember Big Dot a significant performance advantage over fiber optic sights or brass beads in low light conditions, and its large size helps with faster target acquisition.

“The size and brightness of our new XS Big Dot Shotgun Beads allow the user to index the muzzle much faster, and this is critical in high-stress home defense situations when every second counts,” said Zack Kinsley, marketing manager for XS Sights.

Optic Yellow is the best option for low light and has the brightest glow intensity. Optic Orange is the best for bright light settings and offers high glow intensity.

Retail Pricing:
Big Dot Tritium Remington Shotgun, Bead on Pedestal (Optic Yellow or Orange)  $66.00
Big Dot Tritium Shotgun, Bead on Plain Barrel (Optic Yellow or Orange)              $66.00
Big Dot Ember Remington Shotgun, Bead on Pedestal (Optic Yellow or Orange)   $39.00
Big Dot Ember, Bead on Plain Barrel (Optic Yellow or Orange)                            $39.00

The new XS Big Dot Shotgun Beads are backed by a 10-year, No-Questions-Asked Warranty.

For more information, visit xssights.com.

 

 

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