TruGlo Launches Tritium Pro Night Sights

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posted on February 16, 2017
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TruGlo announced its all-new Tritium Pro pistol night sights, which incorporate many of the same features as the company's TFX Pro series of night sights.

Tritium Pro sights use Swiss tritium inserts, which are installed inside of a CNC-machined steel housing. The front tritium insert is surrounded by a large, white ring, designed to promote quick target acquisition in daylight. The U-notch rear sight works with the front sight by making alignment rapid and easy.

In low-light or nighttime conditions, the tritium inserts create a standard 3-dot configuration, allowing concealed-carry holders to easily align their sights quickly in a self-defense situation. In addition, the rear sight features a steep angle on the leading edge, allowing pistol carriers to use the edge in a one-handed slide rack for emergencies.

Both the front and rear sights feature the company's trademarked Fortress Finish, designed to protect the sights from wear. The tritium inserts ensure battery-free operation for years, and the company includes a 12-year limited warranty with a set of sights. The sights are snag-resistant and fit all standard holsters.

TruGlo Tritium Pro night sights are available for Beretta, Glock, Smith & Wesson and Springfield Armory handguns. The suggested retail price for a set of front and rear night sights is $108.

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