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
Excellent customer service, and fast shipping, will definitely order from here again.
I first encountered these sights in a handgunning class - the instructor suggested I try his Glock 17 equipped with Warrens during a low light evolution. I found it surprisingly easy to make hits with them even in the low light. The next morning, I ran his pistol through a couple of daylight evolutions, and found that they were as effective in daylight. Lining up the two vertical dots seems more intuitive to me than the more common 3 dot system. Like SBL said, they're quite functional for one handed manipulations as well. After running a set on my Glock 19 for the past year, I'm buying a second set for another Glock I'm giving a friend for Christmas.
The design of the sights make it nearly impossible for my eye to focus on anything but the front sight. They are quick to acquire day or night. It is much faster, to me, to align the two dots than line up the traditional three dots. Also contributing to acquisition, the large U notch in the rear sight allows you to quickly center up the front post. There are no distracting cuts in the rear sight (like novak's do) The front sight has a nice bright green insert, and is contrasted by a subdued yellow insert in the rear. Another feature I like, is that the sights are tall enough, and have a nice surface where you can rack the pistol in one handed manipulations. Its tall and sharp enough to get the job done, but doesn't snag on clothing during draws from concealment or other manipulations. I have noticed a marked improvement in my shooting since installing these sights.... so much so I'm putting them on all my guns.
By far the best sights I own, bar none. They are very fast and plenty accurate. The high speed guys say they work very well in low light conditions.