- How much does it weigh?
- Rail Mounted 1.8 ounces.
- Pistol Sight 1 ounce
- Does the sight have batteries?
- No, this is a very simple sight requiring no maintenance or batteries.
- How durable is the sight?
- We mounted a Pistol sight onto a Glock, and dropped it. Click here for the video!
- How does it work in low, or no light?
- If you can see the target you will be able to see the reticle with the non tritium sights. Mk2 tritium lit sights are visible in day, or night conditions.
- Can you mount the sight on a pistol?
- Yes, either with one of our provided dovetails, or if it has a Picatinny or Weaver rail on it you can mount a rail mounted sight onto your pistol.
- What size are the allen wrenches?
- The adjusting wrench is .050. The locking wrench is 5/64. Starting around 8/1/19 the Mk2 sights started using the 5/64 as the adjustment wrench.
- If I buy your sight from somewhere else can I still get a refund from you?
- No, unfortunately we don’t have access to the payment method you used and therefore are unable to issue a refund. You will have to get your money back from where you purchased the sight.
Can I use a Glock dovetail on a different pistol
- In most cases the answer is no. Every manufacture uses a unique dovetail, and requires a special one purpose built for their gun. In few cases some manufactures have copies another one, and in that case it would work.
Parallax: the apparent displacement of an observed object due to a change in the position of the observer. A simple everyday example of parallax can be seen in the dashboard of motor vehicles that use a needle-style speedometer gauge. When viewed from directly in front, the speed may show exactly 60; but when viewed from the passenger seat the needle may appear to show a slightly different speed, due to the angle of viewing.
MOA: a unit of angular measurement equal to 1/60 of one degree, commonly referred to as “minute of angle,” measuring essentially the accuracy. If a shooter can fire three or five rounds and have them group inside one inch at 100 yards, then you have a “one minute of angle (MOA)” group.Key Words