So far satisfied with the sights. Easy to install and to use.
But PLEASE chamfer ALL the edges and round ALL the corners on the next generation, specially around the lens, it would greatly improve the product. Also try to make a longer dovetail adapter (at least there is room enough on Glocks) in order to add a second mounting screw.
Overall great and versatile product with a lot of potential that can be improved
Installation on my Sig P-226 took all of 15 minutes. (The VISM NcStar sight pusher
is an excellent replacement for a hammer and punch.) After centering the dovetail
adapter as close as possible to the original rear sight I mounted the new tritium sight
and went out in the yard for a test. Fired 2 rounds 8 oclock 2inch low. Slight windage
adjustment, two rounds center 2 inch low. Slight elevation adjustment 1 inch low, another
slight turn and it was right on. The sight came loose after two mags of .357 Sig but after
being a little more zealous with the wrench all was well the rest of the day. When I finished
for the day I used a drop of loctite on the mounting screw and the sight remained tight thru
the following days 50 round session. I'm a righthanded shooter and I have been shooting
lefteye dominant due to a cataract in my right eye. Shooting both eyes open with this Seeall
Tritium is a non-issue. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this to anyone.
The following improvements should be considered:
1. Tightening fastener that attacheS to gunsight has rusted. Use better metals.
2. Consider using fluorescent paint for the left & right-hand ridges at the top of the sight to make for quicker target pickup.
3. My conceal carry is a shoulder holster I wear beneath my shirt. Lots of lint gets trapped on the business end of the sight (poly-plastic). Consider using non-ionizable poly plastics to keep the lint from collecting.
Mk2 - Tritium Pistol Night Sight
talk with you and you were going to send me a new larger dovetail and screw if you have already sent it thank you