XS® Experiences HAVA Couples Hunt 2014

Mar 18, 2014 No Comments by

Fort Worth, TX – March 18, 2014 – In February, XS Sight System’s Jon and Stephanie Pastusek joined HAVA (Honored American Veterans Afield) Heath and Brady Gunns near Del Rio, Texas for the HAVA Couples Hunt 2014. This unique experience brought together three couples, representing the Marine Corps and Army, for a weekend of hunting […]

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XS Sponsors SHOT SHOW 2014 Law Enforcement Education Presentation

Nov 09, 2013 No Comments by

Fort Worth, Texas – XS® Sight Systems announces sponsorship of 2014 SHOT Show Law Enforcement Education Presentation (LEEP) featuring guest speaker Bill Murphy, Director of Training and Lead Instructor for the SureFire Institute and Deputy Reserve with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. Join us on Tuesday, January 14, 2014 from 10:45a-11:45a. This session focuses […]

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SureFire Texas MultiGun Championship | April 19-21, 2013

Mar 09, 2013 No Comments by

The SureFire Texas MultiGun Championship is being held at the Best of the West Range in Liberty Hill on April 19-21, 2013. This year’s match theme is VIETNAM and will feature a VIETNAM Era Division for shooters wanting to challenge the stages with period firearms. Hosting over 350 shooters in the great state of Texas […]

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‘Machine Tech – Custom PR 3 .308 AR’ – XS® XTI™ Angle Mount Sights

Jun 29, 2012 No Comments by

In Guns Magazine Combat AR-15 Special Edition magazine Summer/Fall 2013, John Russo reviews JD Machine Tech’s Custom PR 3 .308 AR. “For close-in work, a set of the new XS Sight Systems XTI sights were added…(to) give the shooter quick target acuisition at closer distances.” This is one sexy looking .308 AR and Russo’s history […]

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Flashlight Assisted Handgun Shooting – XS® Big Dot Sights

May 15, 2012 No Comments

“Sights need to be rugged but, most importantly, they must be easy to see. When the light is minimal, you don’t want to look for your sights, you want to see them as soon as you raise your handgun. The original Colt M1911 had sights that could best be described as bumps. For 100 years […]

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