XS Sight Systems Glock Suppressor Height Sights

posted on January 20, 2015

XS Sight Systems is pleased to announce the release of its new Glock Suppressor Height Sights – Big Dot and Standard Dot. This new line of sights will offer the advantage of the popular XS Sights Big Dot and Standard Dot sights – the same quick acquisition sight picture – but will allow for the use of suppressors and slide-mounted optics. This feature makes the new sights perfect for use on home defense, tactical, competition or recreation Glock pistols.

"Over the past few years suppressors and red dot upgrades to pistols have become increasingly popular for sport shooting and home defense," says XS Sights National Sales and Marketing Direcotr Nikki Turpeaux. "As a leading manufacturer of defensive sighting systems, XS Sights is thrilled to announce the release of our suppressor height sights."

Watch Turpeaux and XS Sights Business Development Manager Chris Abernathy introduce the new Glock Suppressor Height Sights here. Big Dot and Standard Dot front with a tritium or white stripe rear sight options are available. The sights are made to fit small- and large-frame Glock pistols. You can find the new Glock Suppressor Height Sights at your local independent firearm dealer or online at www.xssights.com. Dealers can purchase from our wholesale partners, which include Chattanooga, Green Supply, Lone Wolf, RSR and Zanders. Look for Smith and Wesson M&P, 1911 and various other suppressor sight models to be released throughout 2015.


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