Rear Aperture Pistol Sight

Perfect for Glock, the Rear Aperture Pistol Sight (RAPS) was designed to offer beginner pistol shooters an improved sight picture and sight alignment.

Glock Rear Aperture Pistol Sight

Perfect for Glock, the Rear Aperture Pistol Sight (RAPS) was specifically designed to offer beginner pistol shooters an improved sight picture and sight alignment.

Advanced pistol shooters get fast and intuitive sight alignment, sight picture, and target awareness. It offers ease of use when under duress of a home defense scenario.

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  • daniel

    I am sold on these sights. I use an XS Big Dot night sight on the front. At self defense distances such as 10 15 20 feet, these sights are right on. At these distances, and shooting two handed, I was able to put some of the shots in the same hole! This is shooting at the 6″ center of a 10″ paper plate. One handed, right or left, I was still able to put all the shots from my Glock 19 in the 6″ center. At 30-40 feet I was still able to hit the 6″ part all the time two handed and most of the time one handed. I even put the plate at 25 yards and was still able to hit the plate two handed. So, anyone who says that these sights are not accurate, either can’t shoot well, or don’t know what they are talking about. By the way, I am 64 years old, and not a pro shooter by any means. Use good trigger control, and these sights will do the job. The only drawback to this rear sight is if it is dark, and I mean dark, not low light, you sometimes can’t tell if your front night sight is in the ring or not. But how many times are you going to have to shoot in complete darkness? And it will be just as dark for your opponent too. All in all, great sights. Oh, yeah, and anything closer than 10 feet, you don’t need sights, you can just point the pistol and you’ll get hits.