Home Contact Us Map & Directions
0 Items In Cart | My Account | View Cart | Checkout | Login
In-Stock Guns Special Order Guns Current Specials
Gunsmith Blog F.A.Q's
 Accessories & Range Gear 
 Ammo for Handguns 
 Ammo for Rifles 
 Ammo for Rimfire 
 Ammo for Shotguns 
 C&R Guns
 Collector's Corner 
 Machine Guns, SBR, & SBS 
 Suppressors & Silencers
 Body Armor
 Gun Parts 
 Purses for Carry
 Rings & Mounts 
 Outdoor & Tactical Gear 
 Gunsmith Specials

About Us
Free Manuals
Govt and LEO Order Info
Gun Grading Guide
Gun Safety
How to Get a C&R License
In-Stock Guns
Job Openings
Map & Directions
Other Links
Privacy Policy
Shipping & Returns
Terms of Service
Enter your keywords above, or for additional options click the button below

See what others think

Do you consider tritium night sights to be an essential feature of your pistols?

No, I don't need night sights
49 %49 %49 %
49.63% (941)

Yes, they are a must have.
50 %50 %50 %
50.37% (955)
Comment made by Edwin on 2021-10-18 16:40:46
If the other side's eyes are adjusted to the dark, they can see (even 30 year old) tritium sights from the rear or side at 100 yards plus. Usually, at defensive handgun ranges, 15 yards or less, the shooter can do as well with a plain isosceles stance. Tritium sights can also be so bright that the shooter, whose eyes have adjusted to the dark, is blinded and can't see the silhouette of the target. However, there are plenty of situations where precise shots can be made in the dark with tritium sights.

Comment made by Chad on 2021-10-18 18:58:34
"Essential" no, but still very, very handy..

Comment made by Howard on 2021-10-21 19:31:23
IF your adversary is behind you or to the side of you and can SEE your sights, you have made a GRAVE tactical error by allowing them to flank your position or sneak up behind you. And that's assuming your are even TRYING to aim your gun at them to engage the threat. As for the tritium sights being so bright as to give you night blindness then perhaps your need to go with a set of sights that don't require a nuclear reactor to power them. I've owned and used probably all the different brand night sights and under virtually every low light condition and even with the exceptional eyes I have I've never had to worry about being overpowered by night sights so IMHO you've brought up points that are non-starters at best and downright outlandish at worst. Buy YMMV.

Comment made by william on 2021-11-03 00:09:56
Not necessary but It sure does make me feel good to crack my eyes open in the middle of the night and see those 3 dim lights on the nightstand... They tell me exactly where to reach for if needed.

Comment made by Christian on 2021-11-27 00:51:14
I’d rather have a red dot or light/laser combo. If you buy a cheaper pistol or a trim level of a model without the night sights you have more money for a good optic or laser.

Comment made by Long on 2021-12-18 16:34:31
Yes, but preferably just the front sight.

Total votes cast = 1896
[ Add Comment | Vote Now | Other Polls ]