Meprolight Announces Sale of its 5 Millionth Unit of its Self-Illuminated Tritium Night Sight

posted on January 23, 2012
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Meprolight—a leading manufacturer of electro-optic systems to armed forces, law enforcement agencies, and civilian markets—announces the recent sale of the 5-millionth unit of its popular self-illuminated tritium night sight, which is designed for pistols, rifles, shotguns and light weapons. The company plans to expand its family of TRU-DOT Ad-Com Adjustable Pistol Sights to additional weapon types during 2012.

Meprolight's Self-Illuminated night sight—the brightest night sight available today—is ideal for military, law enforcement, and civilian users - including hunters and recreational sport shooting enthusiasts. Combat-proven with totally integrated day/night sighting, these sights can be used to hit stationary as well as moving targets under low-light and all weather conditions, dramatically increasing hit probability. Results of tests by marksmen and journeymen level shooters have shown an astounding 85% increase in efficiency.

Meprolight's Self-Illuminated night sights require no batteries, and operate without switches. Designed as replacement parts for standard weapon sights, these sights can be mounted directly on the rifle with minor modifications and are maintenance-free for up to 15 years.

According to Benny Kokia, Director for Sales and Marketing at Meprolight, "We are pleased to have just completed a very successful 2011, during which we launched our exceptionally compact family of TRU-DOT Ad-Com Adjustable Pistol Sights - which enable adjustment of both Windage and Elevation. In 2012, we plan to expand this family to additional types of weapons. We are also very proud of our success with the family of Tritium Night Sights, having just announced the sale of the 5-millionth unit."


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