Robust, Bright & Easy-To-Acquire in Any Light
Night Fision’s Perfect Dot night sights for Glock® pistols offer a revolutionary new design that with brighter, more vivid, aiming dots. Like all night sights, Perfect Dots use self-illuminating Tritium to get the "always on" glow that makes them so effective. The difference is PDs have 30% more Tritium, so they are unusually bright. The Tritium insert isn’t surrounded by a painted-on ring, but rather one made of a daylight fluorescing material that produces optimum visibility in daylight. The result is what the Night Fision folks have dubbed the "Perfect Dot".
The Perfect Dot provides maximum visibility in both nighttime AND daylight conditions, so when the pressure is on, you’ll locate your sights more quickly and get them on target - fast. A new mounting system holds the Tritium vial more securely to protect it from the ravages of unexpected knocks and dings.
- Front sight is brighter than rear, encouraging instinctive "Front Sight Focus" to keep your eyes on the target
- Rugged machined 4140 steel housings
- Matte black Nitride finish - excellent wear- and corrosion-resistance
- Variety of front dot colors & rear notch configurations to choose from (see below)
- Suppressor Height sights also available
- Sold as front/rear pairs only
We are offering Perfect Dot sights to fit standard (G17-size) / compact frame (G26-size) Glock pistols in the factory heights, as well as Suppressor Height sights for use on Glocks fitted with sound suppressors. A separate models is specifically for the Glock 42 / 43.
Other options: Square or U-shaped rear notch, choice of White, Orange, or Yellow outline around front sight. Rear sight options: plain Black (no inserts), Tritium dots (Clear) on either side of notch, or Tritium dots enhanced with White outline. Read the listings below carefully before ordering.
With so many options available, you can fit your Glock with a night sight configuration that’s perfect for you. Another reason why they’re called "Perfect Dot" sights!
Big Book Catalog, Issue:72, Page:322