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    Exclamation Night Fision sights

    I decided to give them a try. One of our members had brought them up in a post.

    If you are on the fence about them, 5/5/19 is the last day that promo code NRA20 gets you 20% off. I figured that would do it for me to try them.

    I'll have to let you know what I think about them. My CZ P-07 will be the test.

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    Are these sights new? I've never heard of them before. Please tell me more...

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    I think I'll pass on fissionable material as gunsights.



    Although that would get you noticed at the range.







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    Have their red front sight on my sig P365. Well made and very bright in the dark. Would definitely recommend.

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    https://www.nightfision.com/

    From what I can tell is that they are pretty new at it and a US company using Swiss Tritium.

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    Are these sights new? I've never heard of them before. Please tell me more...

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    Thank you mr. Malloy! I had not seen them before...

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    Quote Originally Posted by maloy View Post
    https://www.nightfision.com/

    From what I can tell is that they are pretty new at it and a US company using Swiss Tritium.

    Maloy
    So that's what company we're talking about!

    Swiss tritium, eh? I wasn't aware that nuclei with one proton and two neutrons kept track of passports. Although, having made that smart-alec remar(ahem) pithy observation, I'll admit that I'd be more certain that it didn't have anything else in it coming from there than from, say, Russia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CJS3 View Post
    I think I'll pass on fissionable material as gunsights.



    Although that would get you noticed at the range.
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    I've given up on night VISION ever being affordable, at least no FLIR. I went the cheap route and put a green laser on my rifle scope. Hogs can't see green, just think of it as first gen night vision.

    I don't know why I'd really want tritium sights on my self defense pistols. I can point shoot at inside 7.5 yards pretty accurately and I keep a flashlight handy in my night stand.

    The way I understand it, the half life of tritium is such that after four or five years, it goes dark anyway.
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    They are new to making sights but have supplied tritium military compases to the Gov. for years.

 

 
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