This is a discussion on Red Dot Rampage within the Defensive Carry Guns forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by scottm my latest purchase: tsd upper (rmr and trijicon suppressor night sights) on an already owned g19 frame. The grip length has ...
New Suppressor and RMR Compatible Bright and Tough Night Sights
Trijicon has introduced a completely new line of “taller” Bright and Tough Night Sights designed specifically for Glock handguns fitted with suppressors and to serve as co-witness iron sights for the growing number of shooters utilizing the Trijicon RMR with machined slides. The new offerings are available in multiple Front/Rear configurations for a variety of applications.
Trijicon Expands Highly Popular HD Night Sight Product Line
While I don't have the new Trijicon's, the last upper I bought from TSD has suppressor night sights.
I, too, thought the sight pic would be cluttered, but it isn't the case. It actually seems to help you find the red dot in low light conditions.
I liked them well enough to change out the plain black on my G26 to tritium.
My FNP45T has tall night sights and they don't bother me, the dot is way brighter than the sights are.
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I have had the J-Point Red Dot on one of my Twin G-19's for almost 2 years and just changed the battery. Took it to the range and it was still dead center on the bullseye. Yes it takes a couple of weeks with practice to get used to them.
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