TruGlo TG231G1 Low Profile Tritium Night Sights Glock 9/40

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Brand:
SKU:
TruGlo-TG231G1
UPC:
788130101919
Weight:
0.20 LBS

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$45.00
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Description

FITS: Glock 17/17L,19,22,23,24,26,27,33,34,35,38,39,45 (Excluding M.O.S. models)

When the lights go out, your sidearm doesn’t need to be left in the dark. Tritium night sights transition from standard white dot sights during the daylight, to glowing green dots in the the dark. Tritium does not need batteries and does not need to be charged with light – it simply glows!

Specifications

  • Traditional tritium night sights
  • Uses the brightest tritium available
  • CNC-machined steel construction
  • Green front and rear
  • Fits standard holsters
  • Snag-resistant design

WARNING This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. (California law requires this warning to be given to customers in the State of California.)

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Additional Information

Product ID:
59917
Type:
Night Sights
Platform:
Glock 9/40
Origin:
Made In USA
Features:
Low Profile
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3 Reviews

  • 4
    Great Product, Great Price, Slow Shipping

    Posted by rhcat on 24th Aug 2019

    Product it self is great! Price is Excellent, the lowest I could find on the net. However, Shipping seemed to be forever especially when you are anxious to complete your first build.

  • 4
    Truglo nights

    Posted by Dave on 22nd Aug 2019

    Well made and secure sights bought as a wedding gift

  • 4
    Truglo Trintium sights

    Posted by DAvid on 22nd Aug 2019

    These are nice and bright, easy to install. Work well. Only issue was on my glock 27 and a friends Glock, the front post was a little too long, so the screw that holds it in place bottoms out on the post before contacting the slide. This results in a gap under the front sight. Easy to fix by shortening the post at the attach point, but seems like a manufacturing oversight...

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