Advantage Tactical Sights adds CZ 75, Smith & Wesson M&P to sight options

The Dark Diamond Night Sight offers sights for a variety of pistols, which now include Smith & Wesson M&Ps and the CZ 75. (Photo: Advantage Tactical Sights)

The Dark Diamond Night Sight offers sights for a variety of pistols, which now include Smith & Wesson M&Ps and the CZ 75. (Photo: Advantage Tactical Sights)

Advantage Tactical Sights expanded the Dark Diamond Night Sight series to include two more pistol options, the CZ 75 and Smith & Wesson M&P models.

According to the company, their sight was the first iron sight that allowed shooters to make accurate shots, in total darkness, at distance using only a glowing front sight. The front sight utilizes a Firefly insert that produces a glow that lasts hours after only one minute of exposure to light. The company said the insert is designed to last decades without wear and tear.

The CZ model fits all 9mm and .40 caliber pistols while the Smith & Wesson version caters to all M&P models. including the Shield but excluding CORE models. The kit includes front and rear sight bases, two Dark Diamond Fireflies, elevation shim and hex keys. Coral and yellow come standard for the colored Fireflies, but can be upgraded to aqua and green.

The sights’ unique diamond shape aim to get shooters on target quickly and efficiently.

“The Dark Diamond Sight is the most front sight oriented sight system in the industry. The ATS-DD is extremely fast and precise”, said Richard Nasef, president of WrenTech Industries, LLC, the manufacturers of the Advantage Tactical Dark Diamond sights.

Prices start at $98.49 with the sights now available from Advantage Tactical’s online storefront.

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