Ruger offers a wide variety of firearms, including pistols, rifles, and shotguns. From the Ruger SuperRedhawk to the Ruger LCP II and Ruger LCP Max, Ruger's guns are known for being reliable, durable and affordable. XS Sights tritium night sights have the durability and reliability to live up to the Ruger legacy.
Most Ruger pistols are equipped with cast sights that are not ideal for EDC or a home defense gun. XS offers durable iron sights that will hold up to years of abuse and stay on the gun. Our sights come equipped with tritium to provide an illuminated sight picture in low light. Tritium glows for 10-years and does not require batteries or maintenance. We carry a variety of sight pictures tailored to specific shooting styles.
DXW2 Night Sights offer the fastest sight acquisition on the market. The big dot front sight and open rear sight allow a greater field of view down range, increasing the front sight acquisition speed. The simple in-line sight picture reduces sight alignment time by eliminating an extra focus point compared to traditional notch and post sights. The dot-the-i sight picture prevents confusing the front and rear sight while under stress or in low light. DXT2 Sights are available in a Standard Dot (0.140”) or Big Dot (0.188”) front sight.
XS DXW2 front sights are equipped with our proprietary photoluminescent Ember Glow Dot technology. The Glow Dot features a high-contrast color in bright light, absorbs ambient light, and glows in low light. Ember is available in multiple colors to satisfy personal color preferences. DXW2 sights are available with a non-tritium rear sight.
No matter what Ruger model you have, XS Sights DXT2 night sights will give you the fastest acquisition possible.
Ruger was founded in 1949 by William B. Ruger and Alexander McCormick Sturm. Ruger's first product was a .22 caliber rimfire semi-automatic pistol based on the Japanese Nambu design. The pistol, now known as the Ruger Standard, was a success and led to the development of other firearms including the Ruger Mark series of pistols, the Ruger 10/22 rifle, and the Ruger Mini-14 rifle.
Ruger was the first company to use investment casting in the production of firearms. This process allowed Ruger to produce high-quality firearms at a lower cost than traditional machining methods, and is one of many firsts that Ruger has brought to the industry.
Ruger's commitment to quality and innovation has made it one of the most respected firearm manufacturers in the world. Today, Ruger offers a wide variety of pistols, rifles, and shotguns to meet the needs of any shooter.
Ruger Standard - The Ruger Standard, a .22 LR semi-automatic pistol, was the company's first product.
Ruger Security-Six - The Ruger Security-Six, introduced in 1971, was the first stainless steel handgun offered by Ruger.
Ruger 10/22 - Semi-automatic .22 LR carbine introduced in 1964. Known for it's reliability, it is Ruger's best selling firearm.
Ruger Super Redhawk - Large-caliber revolver that was introduced in 1987. It is chambered for the .44 Magnum cartridge and is available in a variety of barrel lengths.
Mini-14 - Semi-automatic rifle chambered in .223 Remington. It was introduced in 1974 as a smaller and lighter alternative to the M14 rifle.
LCP – Subcompact, double action only pistol in .380 ACP for backup or concealed carry use.
LCP Max – Double stack variant of the LCP.