Warren Tactical Sight, Tritium 2 Dot Set For Glock (0.215")

SKU:
WRT.202
$129.95
(13 reviews)
Current Stock:

Warren Tactical Sight, Tritium 2 Dot Set For Glock

  • Front Sight: .215" tall x .125" wide
  • Rear Sight: .150" wide notch
  • Sight Color: Black, Green/White
  • Style: 2-Dot, Tactical, U-Notch
  • Made in the USA
  • Make: Glock
  • Model: Universal Handguns

Night Sight - Set (2 Lamp System)
Warren Tactical Part: Glock-WTL-11



Reviews

  • 5
    Exactly what I wanted.

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Jul 2020

    Great Product. Fast shipping.

  • 5
    Need some fitting, but otherwise great!

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Nov 2017

    Bought these for a G26. Rear sight needed a little dovetail work to fit properly, and the front sight screw was to long and had to be filed down. Other than that, the sights are very well made and well worth the money.

  • 5
    the heat

    Posted by wut on 8th Jun 2016

    The heat

  • 5
    Great Fast Shipping

    Posted by Franklin C on 20th Apr 2016

    Great service and product. Couldn't ask for more.

  • 5
    Best Sights for your handgun...

    Posted by LEO Det. Sgt. on 21st Dec 2015

    I have a set of these on my Glock and my M&P. They have been by far the best sight setup I've ever used. I personally tend to shoot better with these sights above the use of factory sights on my Glock or M&P and other 3 dot tritium sights I've used from Sig and Trijicon. I recommend these to everyone, you won't be disappointed.

  • 5
    Great Purchase

    Posted by Unknown on 1st Jan 2015

    Very happy with the gear I recently received from SKD. Awesome EDC sights! Will be shopping from here again.

  • 5
    Best Sights

    Posted by Scott Sherwood on 2nd Jan 2014

    These sights make shooting intuitive. The front dot is easy to focus quickly.

  • 5
    great service

    Posted by Roger La Barrie on 28th Jun 2013

    Great service and great sights!!

  • 5
    great sight

    Posted by Unknown on 23rd Apr 2013

    Super fast target acquisition, your eyes are "drawn" to the front sight effortlessly upon presentation. I havent shot at night yet to see how the 2 dot system works, but everything Ive seen online says as long as the dots arent touching or too far apart then youre good...