The T.A.S Pistol J sight is cutting edge fiber optics technology, so that a Fast, Clear and Accurate sight picture is presented to the shooter.

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The new J sight is based on 2 Dot sighting system, align the fiber optic Dot with the top of the front sight, on one direct line to the target, the aiming point will be at 6 o’clock.

The “one direct line” system make easy to keep both eyes open even at distance targets, moreover makes it easier and faster for shooters who wear corrective lenses or glasses. As with all TAS sights, the J Sight provides very fast target acquisition, great accuracy, low profile, and simple installation to Glock handguns.

The J Sight also has a ledge for emergency one handed slide racking.

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  • RollingThunder

    I got this J sight for my Gen 4 Glock 19. I guess if you get the J sight and you have multiple Glocks, whether they’re different caliber, size, etc, your J sight is universal on all Glocks (as far as I know), which is great because it also fit on the Gen 3 Glock 30SF that I had previous to the G19. Anyway.. The first time I tried this sight out I fell in love. It was such a step ahead of the stock Glock sights (for me anyway) and instead of my shots hitting to the left, I was able to find out exactly where to hold the front sight in relation to the rear sight to hit dead center, or keep 90-99% of all my shots within a 4″-5″ square in the center of my target. It is constructed of aluminum so you don’t have to worry about plastic parts breaking or snapping. It’s a nice low profile, so you don’t have to worry about going out to buy another holster just to fit your sight setup. And another great feature, it’s made so you can do one handed slide racking without damaging the fiber optic. It’s everything I could ever ask for in a fiber optic sight. If you’re on the fence with this, GET IT. You will NOT be disappointed. Instead of having to take your slide to a gunsmith or having to hammer & dowell the sight into the dovetail, as soon as your stock rear sight is out, my T.A.S. J sight has 2 torx screws (and an included torx screwdriver!). You unscrew the screws, and a bottom piece will come off from the sight. You slide that right into the dovetail, and place the sight over it and screw the sight to the metal piece in the dovetail. Don’t tighten the screws, because you still need to center your sight. Get it as close as you can without shooting it and then tighten the screws enough that the sight won’t go anywhere. Take it to the range and it’s fun fun fun from there on out! I didn’t even have to adjust mine once I got to the range; it was already dead center after I put it on my slide at home. I contacted T.A.S. and asked if I should use loctite or threadlocker to keep the sight on. They said they’ve done extensive testing without using any such products and the sight will stay on as long as the torx screws are tight enough. And they said you can tighten the torx screws about as tight as you want them to be and your slide won’t be damaged at all and the screws will be fine. I’ve now used my Gen 4 Glock 19 3 times with this sight, every time my sight stays on the slide, doesn’t move at all. I do check it just in case to make sure, and it’s not going anywhere. I love this sight and I just can’t wait to use it more and more. If anyone has any questions feel free to contact me on facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/gregor.beals and if you want to read my full review of the T.A.S. J sight go here – http://www.glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1550456