Meprolight Expands FT Bullseye Sight Models

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posted on January 19, 2017
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The Meprolight FT Bullseye, a unique bullseye-style micro red-dot pistol optic is now available in new models (in addition to Glock and Springfield Armory) to include SIG Sauer P226 and P320, Smith & Wesson M&P and M&P Shield, Heckler & Koch VP9 and Remington R1 pistols.

Meprolight's engineers combined fiber optics with tritium to create a low-profile, single rear sight that works in all lighting conditions, no battery needed. The low-profile design allows the shooter to continue using the holster of choice.

A shooter normally acquires the target by aligning the front and rear sights, but with the Meprolight FT Bullseye, there's no need. Meprolight combined the dot and the circle on the rear sight, eliminating the need to use the front sight.

Whether in competition or in defensive situations, the goal is to place rounds on target quickly and accurately. The FT Bullseye's design is intuitive and is designed to allow the shooter to quickly and accurately get on target. When the dot is centered in the circle creating a bullseye, the gun is on target.


The sight is available in red or green dot/circle starting at $199. Meprolight guarantees the tritium to last up to 12 years.

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