AMERIGLO Optic Compatible Sight Set for Glock

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As awesome as pistol optics are, like everything electronic, they can fail. The battery can die. The optic could get damaged. We believe it’s important to have a backup sighting solution when able. Suppressor-height sights are the ticket. Available here are two versions: The GL-429 which has a blacked-out rear and front sight, and the GL-511 which has a red front sight post.

If you’re using these irons as a backup to a pistol-mounted optic, we recommend the all-blacked-out, GL-429 so there isn’t a red front sight post competing for visual attention with the red dot of your optic.

If you’re using these irons for shooting with a suppressed Glock with no optic, we recommend the GL-511, as the high-vis orange front sight makes front sight/hard target focus much easier.


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AMERIGLO Optic Compatible Sights for Glock— One Front Sight and One Rear Sight.

– Model GL-429 – Black Serrated Front Sight. Flat Black Rear Sight.
– Model GL-511 – Green Tritium with Orange Outline Front Sight. Flat Black Rear Sight.

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– Compatible with all Glock models (Gen 1-5)
– Size: XL
– Front Sight Height: 0.315 in. (8mm)
– Rear Sight Height: 0.394 in. (10.01mm)
– Do NOT co-witness with Aimpoint T1 or Leupold DeltaPoint Pro.

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How do I install these?
To install the front sight, you’ll want to purchase a Glock Front Sight Tool and use a drop of blue Loctite.
For the rear iron, you can use a brass punch and hammer, but it is very difficult to do, let alone do it accurately. The best tool for the job is a Wheeler Engineering Sight Tool. They are pricey, but a wise investment. Get a couple of buddies or family members that can all benefit from using it, have them pitch in, and it becomes a “community” tool that you can use to install / uninstall / tweak just about any ironsight on any handgun.
Will these work with any optic?
In short, it depends. The height of your irons will vary depending on who milled the slide, optic choice, and many other factors, it is best to confirm what iron sight height is needed with your optic setup before purchase.

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This product is restricted by International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and cannot be shipped outside of the USA.

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Do T.REX holsters support tall suppressor sights? – Help – T.REX ARMS

Red Dot Pistol Backup Irons Drill – Video – T.REX ARMS

Hard Target Focus vs. Front Sight Focus with Irons – Video – T.REX ARMS

Iron Sights Overview – Video – T.REX ARMS

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