Trijicon Bright & Tough Suppressor Height Night Sights for Standard Glock - G/G

Manufactured by Trijicon
SKU: GL201-C-600661
MPN: GL201-C-600661
Manufactured by Trijicon
2 Reviews

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Trijicon's Bright & Tough Night Sights are heavy duty tritium enhanced three dot sights designed to significantly improve your ability to engage targets in low light without the need for batteries. The sight bodies are machined and phosphated steel to provide exceptional durability, while each tritium lamp is housed in aluminum cylinders mounted on silicone rubber cushions to withstand heavy shock and recoil. Each lamp has also been capped with sapphire jewels to evenly distribute light and protect the lamps from solvents and punctures.

Green lamps are warranted for 12 years from the date of manufacture.

Front Sight Blade:
  • Width - 0.144"
  • Blade Height - 0.365"
  • Overall Height - 0.418"

Rear Sight:
  • Notch Width - 0.150"
  • Blade Height - 0.361"
  • Overall Height - 0.451"

Fits the following handgun models:
Glock 17 / 17L / 19 / 22 / 23 / 24 / 25 / 26 / 27 / 28 / 31 / 32 / 33 / 34 / 35 / 37 / 38 / 39
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PlatformGlock Handguns
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Ratings & Reviews

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They're okay but don't recomend.

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The front sight doesnt fit tightly in the slide, loose. But, it seems to be okay once you tighten it down with the screw. I'd prefer to have the white dots in addition to help with quicker target acquisition.

The other review is absurd


The only other review on these was made by, I don't want to call them an idiot, but maybe they're just completely and utterly ignorant when it comes to firearms. Saying "the front sight was loose, and I'm giving a lower review because of it, but it really tightened up when I tightened the screw" is one of the most absurd reviews I've seen. He literally answered his own concern. Of course you have to tighten the screw down for the front sight to be tight. You shouldn't have to be a gun person to realize that. Good lord. But these sights are pretty good. A little too expensive, in my opinion, but that's got nothing to do with primary arms. They're a really great company. I just think most trijicon sights are over priced in general. But if you really don't want ameriglo or night fision then these are the way to go. Tritium with blacked out rings for backup sights is nice.