Williams Gun Sight Company FireSights Adjustable Handgun Sights
HIVIZ Shooting Systems Heckler & Koch USP Full-Size Pistol Front Sight
HIVIZ Shooting Systems Smith & Wesson M&P Pro Interchangeable Front Sight
HIVIZ Shooting Systems LITEWAVE Interchangeable GLOCK Front Sight
HIVIZ Shooting Systems LITEWAVE Smith & Wesson M&P Interchangeable Front Sight
HIVIZ Shooting Systems NITESIGHT Tritium Front and Rear GLOCK Pistol Sight Set
HIVIZ Shooting Systems Taurus PT 1911 Pistol Interchangeable Front Sight
HIVIZ Shooting Systems LITEWAVE Springfield 1911 Handgun Interchangeable Front Sight
When making upgrades to your handgun, one of the most beneficial modifications you can make is changing the front and rear pistol sights. While factory sights may feature all the bells and whistles, they may not be right for your shooting style. Start by replacing your handgun's front sight. For bull's-eye shooting, you may prefer a narrow front sight to promote accuracy, but for competition or self-defense applications, you might lean toward a front sight that draws your eye to the target quickly in all lighting conditions. No matter which type of front sight you choose, selecting handgun sights and GLOCK sights with predrilled bases for retaining pins allows for easy installation. Also, look for pistol sights made from rugged materials for optimal strength.
Like front handgun sights, rear sights help improve accuracy. However, the specific job of the rear sight is to help facilitate proper alignment with the front sight. As you pick out rear handgun and GLOCK sights, consider sights with glow-in-the-dark designs that transition seamlessly between environments. For precision shooting, look for ghost ring sights, which blur to near invisibility to help the eye focus on the target. Handgun sights also come in sets designed to be used together. For more shooting gear and accessories, check out our assortment of gun sights.