A radical departure from traditional front and rear sight systems, the Meprolight FT Bullseye incorporates an aiming point in an illuminated dot and circle bullseye. The sight setup performs in both day and low light conditions, without the need for batteries. And now Meprolight announces three new offerings.
Meprolight FT Bullseye
Three new FT Bullseye sights will be available in December 2019; Glock 42/43, SIG Sauer P365 (not SAS version) and the new FT Bullseye sight for the CZ P10.
Based on an optical illumination patent, Meprolight designed the FT Bullseye to incorporate sought-after features of pistol sights. It combines them into a low profile optical pistol sight. Using the popular red dot sight concept, engineer designed the sight to provide an aim point. That aim point takes the form of an illuminated dot and circle bullseye. Shooters simply line up the dot within the circle and fire.
The fiber-optic Tritium provides shooters with visibility in day, night and low-light conditions. Guaranteed for 12 years, the system requires no batteries. Lightweight and low-profile, the FT Bullseye fits popular models from CZ, Glock, H&K, IWI, Kriss, SIG Sauer, Smith & Wesson and Springfield Armory.
FT Bullseye retail for $160. For more information, visit meprolight.com.
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by Personal Defense World / Nov 18, 2019