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Range Ready - Range Prep Tips

Range Ready - Range Prep Tips

Posted by Monte Long on Feb 25th 2022

Well, we did it! Somehow, we managed to survive 2021 and have found ourselves well into 2022. Despite the ongoing pandemic and all that goes along with it, life isn't all doom and gloom. Springfield Armory, Girsan, and even FN-USA have released new variations of the venerable HiPower, …
Long Range Tactics and Tips

Long Range Tactics and Tips

Posted by Jared Fewell on Feb 17th 2022

January 14-16th, I was able to take part and help instruct and participate in the Long-Range Hunting Course taught by Andrew Brady of Lone Star Armory. This course teaches the proper mechanics of marksmanship, shooting targets, and game at longer distances with learning the equipment you have …
DIY Glock Sight Installation with Minimal Tools

DIY Glock Sight Installation with Minimal Tools

Posted by XS Sights on Aug 25th 2021

Glock sights are among the easiest pistol sights to install on your own. They also happen to be one of the first upgrades many folks make to their pistols. Contrary to popular belief, you don't need an expensive sight pusher tool or gunsmithing tools to install your own set of sights. Some specialty …
Tritium Night Sights vs. Tritium Fiber Optic Night Sights

Tritium Night Sights vs. Tritium Fiber Optic Night Sights

Posted by XS Sights on Aug 24th 2021

There are a lot of night sight options out on the market now, and two of the largest categories are standard tritium sights and tritium fiber optic sights. Standard tritium sights will glow brighter in low-light and are more durable but lack a high-contrast color in bright light. Tritium fiber optic …
Tritium Night Sights vs. Fiber Optic Sights

Tritium Night Sights vs. Fiber Optic Sights

Posted by XS Sights on Apr 23rd 2021

When it comes to shooting accuracy and firearm performance, sights play a critical role. Upgrading your firearm's sights can make all the difference in the world. Two of the most popular sight types are Tritium and Fiber Optic. While both offer advantages, choosing between them can be a tough decisi …
​Can't See Your Iron Sights?

​Can't See Your Iron Sights?

Posted by Brad Fitzpatrick on Apr 23rd 2021

Aging Eyes and Iron SightsOur vision changes as we get older. Serious shooters need to choose iron sights that help compensate for age-related sight issues.— Brad FitzpatrickLike it or not, age has a way of making the activities we enjoy doing more difficult. As we ease into middle life and beyond, …
Why buy tritium night sights for an EDC pistol or home defense gun?

Why buy tritium night sights for an EDC pistol or home defense gun?

Posted by XS Sights on Apr 23rd 2021

Defensive situations are not predictable and can happen during the day (bright light) or later into the day (low light). Most defensive altercations will not occur in pitch-black darkness; there is almost always some ambient light present. Self-illuminated tritium night sights are always glowing but …
Trusting the Dot

Trusting the Dot

Posted by Richard Mann on Apr 23rd 2021

Accurate Shooting with XS Big Dot SightsI’m sure you’ve heard that XS Big Dot sights are not target sights. That’s true; the XS Big Dot and Standard Dot sights were designed for fighting. That however does not mean they’re not accurate. How accurate/effective can Big Dot Sights be? When I attended m …
DIY Guide Building an AR

DIY Guide Building an AR

Posted by XS Sights on Apr 23rd 2021

With all the uncertainty that has come with 2020, the pandemic, civil unrest, presidential elections it's no wonder so many Americans have been stocking up on guns and ammunition this year!If you're one of the many Americans that purchased firearms this year an AR might have been on your hitlist of …
What is Tritium?

What is Tritium?

Posted by XS Sights on Feb 17th 2021

Tritium is a beta-emitting radioactive isotope of hydrogen with a chemical symbol of H-3. Helium's chemical formula consists of one proton, and tritium's formula has two neutrons combined with one proton. This combination is unstable and continuously decays into a non-radioactive helium isotope. The …