XS Sights DXT2 Big Dot Night Sights for M&P9 Shield EZ and HK P7 Series

XS Sights is now offering its DXT2 Big Dot Night Sights for the Smith & Wesson M&P9 Shield EZ and the HK P7 M8, P7 M13 and P7 PSP pistols.

XS Sights DXT2 Big Dot Night Sights for M&P9 Shield EZ and HK P7 Series

Known for exceptional front sight visibility in all lighting conditions, these second-generation Big Dot Night Sights are available in Optic Yellow and Optic Orange. The DXT2 Big Dot sights drive focus to the front sight and downrange threat using a large, high-contrast front and a V-notch rear sight for an unobstructed view of the front sight.

The Big Dot fronts use a patent-pending colored Ember glow dot that absorbs light, causing the sight to glow before it’s dark enough to see the tritium center. The glow dot also stores energy enabling it to glow brightly for many hours. The V-notch rear sight features a vertical white stripe with a tritium vial at the center, creating a dot-the-“i” sight picture for fast and accurate target acquisition in high-stress situations. 

Optic Yellow is the most visible color in low light. Optic Orange is the best for bright light settings such as shooting outside in daylight and offers a high-glow intensity that maintains visibility in decreasing light levels. 

Retail Price: $132.00


For more information, visit www.xssights.com.


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