Truglo tackles low light shooting with Tritium Pro night sights

Truglo's Tritium Pro Night Sights are offered for a host of firearms including Beretta, Glock, Smith & Wesson and Springfield Armory. (Photo: Truglo)

Truglo’s Tritium Pro Night Sights are offered for a host of firearms including Beretta, Glock, Smith & Wesson and Springfield Armory. (Photo: Truglo)

Truglo gives shooters one more way to light up their target in the dark with the new Tritium Pro night sights that look to increase speed and accuracy for tactical shooters, according to a press release by the company.

Aimed towards law enforcement, military and civilians needing a one-up on their nighttime shooting game, the Tritium Pro sights transition depending on the light source. Day time shooters will see a traditional three-dot set-up while night time shooters can use the glowing Swiss Tritium to elevate their skills. The sights require no batteries or light source to operate.

The sights transition from day time use to night time. (Photo: Truglo)

The sights transition from day time use to night time. (Photo: Truglo)

In addition, the front sight features a Focus-Lock ring. This ring makes it easier and faster to acquire the sight during the daylight hours. The U-notch in the rear quickens target acquisition by simplifying alignment.

The sights are aggressively angled in the rear, allowing for one-handed slide manipulation. Engineered with carry in mind, the sights are snag-resistant and fit standard holsters.

Truglo’s Tritium Pro nights are available online and through shooting sports retailers for $108 per set. Major brands like Beretta, Glock, Smith & Wesson and Springfield Armory are in stock and ready to ship.

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