Dominate The Dark | By: Mark Boyle

Apr 23, 2014 No Comments by

In FMG American Handgunner’s Spring/Summer 2014 Magazine, Mark Boyle gives his opinion on nght sights for defensive weapons.  In Boyle’s article  XS Sight Systems is once again helping ‘Dominate The Dark’. “I have a problem with the popular tritium 3-dot night sights. They tend to work fine on a sterile range, but not so good […]

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XS Sights on North American Arms Pug-T/D in American Handgunner

Nov 27, 2013 No Comments by

The XS Sights XS Big Dot Tritium Express Sights makes an appearance on the North American Arms Pug-T/D in the Fall/Winter 2013 American Handgunner Survive Special Edition magazine.

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A Robar Single Action | Rob Rathburn

Sep 18, 2013 No Comments by

“What I learned from that class was the over-a-century-old single action Colt was still a viable defensive handgun, designed as such by people who knew way back then what they were doing. History has proven the great merits of the single action army design….Dovetailed into the front of the rib is the XS Sight Systems 2417 Tritium Big Dot Express Sight; fast to pick-up […]

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Aug 23, 2013 No Comments by

“I was recently testing a sort of mid-price red dot sight, ostensibly for ‘hard police use, for duty rifles’ and ‘able to take punishment’ and was ‘tactical’ and all that sort of stuff. Except it broke when I tried to turn it on. The knob sort of came off in my fingers and the battery […]

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American Handgunner Jan/Feb Edition – Handgun of the Month Giveaway

Nov 27, 2012 No Comments

In the Jan/Feb 2013 Edition of American Handgunner check out page 66-67 for your entry form to win a Custom Compact Timberwolf 9mm from Lone Wolf Distributors. Notice anything BIG about this revamped Glock? That’s right…. XS 24/7 Big Dot™ Express Sights give this firearm the tritium night sight upgrade to complete its look. CDI

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XS Sights XTI™ AR-15 Angle Mount Sights in American Handgunner

May 16, 2012 No Comments

“If your “fill-in-the-blank-here” optical sight takes a dump, you cant the rifle a bit, align your “oh-so-familiar” pistol-type sights — and go back to work. Or, if the object of your attention is suddenly very, very close, you can engage with easy-to-see open sights, with little to no off-set, as you might have with standard […]

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