Meprolight FT Bullseye — Red Dot Sights for Glock Pistols

Meprolight FT Bullseye — Red Dot Sights for Glock Pistols
Meprolight FT Bullseye — Red Dot Sights for Glock Pistols
Meprolight
Meprolight

Farmingdale, NY -(AmmoLand.com)- Meprolight’s engineers solved the issue of bulkiness with normal pistol red dot sights by combining fiber optics with tritium.

The innovative FT Bullseye is a sleek, low profile single rear sight, which helps shooters to get on target, faster, in all lighting conditions. With this inventive design, there’s no need for a front sight; it’s all in the red-dot. When the dot is centered in the circle, you’re on target. It’s as simple as that!

The low-profile design sets it apart from other micro sights and allows the shooter to pull the gun from the holster without having to worry about snagging a shirt or jacket on the sight. “It’s a real breakthrough in sight design”, “ I’ve never seen anything like it. You acquire the target quickly”, are comments frequently heard when experienced shooters use it for the first time. The combination of fiber optics and tritium make it effective under any shooting condition. Day or night, you’re good to go.

A shooter normally acquires the target by aligning the front and rear sights. Meprolight combined the dot and the circle on the rear sight, eliminating the need to use the front sight. Whether in competition or in defensive situations, the goal is to place rounds on target quickly and accurately. The FT Bullseye’s design is intuitive and allows the shooter to quickly and accurately get on target. When milliseconds count, give yourself the advantage.

Meprolight FT Bullseye — Red Dot Sights for Glock Pistols
Meprolight FT Bullseye — Red Dot Sights for Glock Pistols

The FT Bullseye is available in orange or green dot/circle for all Glock models including suppressed. Meprolight guarantees the tritium to last 12 years, which makes it the perfect sight for law enforcement, self-defense and competitive shooters. MSRP $199.

For more information visit http://www.themakogroup.com/ftbullseye.

The Mako Group
The Mako Group

About The Mako Group:

The Mako Group is the exclusive U.S. distributor of the finest tactical equipment and weapon accessories that have been proven in combat. Designed for law enforcement agencies and militaries worldwide, Meprolight night sights and optics, FAB Defense weapon and personal defense accessories, Front Line Holsters and RTS Target Systems, are available at firearm retailers everywhere. Connect with The Mako Group on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay up-to-date on the latest news and products.

For more information visit www.themakogroup.com.

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Stanley Ch
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Stanley Ch

Will meprolight sights be available soon for the HK P30SK?

MedullaOblongata
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MedullaOblongata

Good lookin’ out Mark. THANKS!

Mark
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Mark

The Mako Group kicked off their Black Friday Sale, 30% off of everything. That brings the price of the FT Bullseye down to $139.99. Free shipping. Go to http://www.themakogroup.com and enter promo code BF30.

Richard A Stefani
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Richard A Stefani

Just a FYI, their patent (USPTO 8,997,393) is a fascinating read. They originally placed it at the front of the barrel for a front sight replacement.

rudman miller
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rudman miller

which color is better for daytime ?
which color is better for nighttime ?
which color is the better for both ?

Mark
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Mark

Color choice is personal preference. Some shooters are used to seeing red and choose it. I prefer the green as I seem to pick it quicker. Both are powered the same way; fiber-optic / tritium and should have the same level of brightness.

Richard A Stefani
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Richard A Stefani

Wowie Zowie,

I just watched the video. Got hooked and watched it 5 times. Will be purchasing this FT Bullseye sight right away. Will post my results after a thorough evaluation at the range.

Richard A Stefani
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Richard A Stefani

Wowie Zowie,
I just watched the video. Got hooked and watched it 5 times. I can’t wait to try this thing out. Will be purchasing the FT Bullesye right away. I will post my results upon a thorough evaluation.

Robert
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Robert

How do you adjust windage and elevation ?

Mark
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Mark

There is not an adjustment for elevation. If you were so inclined you could adjust for windage by loosening the set screws and sliding the sight ever so slightly. However, I don’t recommend it. How do you handle W&E with regular pistol sights? The FT Bullseye is a combat sight. The video, which should be released this week shows head shots at 50 ft. If I know the bullet is going to drop three inches at a certain distance, I’m going to adjust for the difference and hold three inches higher.

Robert
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Robert

I use adjustable sights, they are available for a surprising number of firearms, and I can shoot a wider range of bullet weights and ammo configurations with more accuracy.
In the high stress situation of “combat”, or self-defense there’s nothing like old-fashioned Kentucky windage and “hold-over” to hit your mark !!!
It was a simple question that wasn’t addressed in the article, smartass.

Dead On
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Dead On

Better to be a smartass rather than a dumbass like you!

Richard A Stefani
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Richard A Stefani

Ok….so you don’t have any videos but do you have any photos from the shooter’s perspective that shows what the sights look like in daylight and at night time ?

Mark
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Mark

New videos should be released this week which address the shooters perspective of the sights. The video was shot on an indoor range but we did not shoot it with the lights off. The tritium provides the illumination so in low light or night conditions, the sight picture is precise.

Richard A Stefani
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Richard A Stefani

Thank you for the notice of you producing the video. I believe it will greatly help all of us potential buyers understand this new product. It is quite outside the box. I would never have thought of eliminating the front sight. I’ve been trained on Jeff Cooper’s principles through many schools throughout the country. Question: what do we do now with the hole that is left after we remove the front sight. ? We could just leave the front sight on there. But in the photo on your website shows no front sight.

Mark
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Mark

You can leave your front sight in place. It has no bearing on the function of the FT Bullseye.
We removed in the ads because in close up photos, it looked too prominent. Some may construe it was part of the sights.

Mark
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Mark

Richard,
Here is the link to the new FT Bullseye video which should answer your question

https://youtu.be/2_5wc6WQCdw

Rk
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Rk

It seems like these would be perfect for older eyes that can’t get the front sight in focus and have switched to lasers as a result. I am very interested.

DOWSHEN
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DOWSHEN

While *intriguing* … and a step in right direction, no doubt… Ive sort-of given up on TRITIUM… NO – they *DONT* last 12yrs (LOL! Anybody beleive that, I got some land in FLA. I’ll be glad to sell-off)… and hv to be used in absolute pitch dark (or near) to be readily seen. Meprolight – R U LISTENING?

* BETTER IDEA? Put a small watch battery in there. Make it “lighted”… never mind light conditions after that. and forget the TRITIUM!

Just my thoughts…

Richard Stefani
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Richard Stefani

My mepro tritium sights are as bright today 15 years after I bought them and installed them on my G22.
The bluing is all rubbed off on the corners but that mere cosmetic

Richard Stefani
Valencia CA

MrApple
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MrApple

Very interesting. I look forward to seeing some reviews of this product.

rudman miller
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rudman miller

Would like to see a video explaining exactly how this works !!!!!

Roger
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Roger

Why is the article title “… Red Dot Sights for Glock Pistols”? The picture shows green and the other option is orange.

Jeremy Wessels
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Jeremy Wessels

Wow, very intriguing! Now they just need a set for the Ruger SR9c and I can actually give them a go.

Mark
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Mark

Meprolight will be coming out with a version for the Ruger SR9c sometime in the not too distant future. It is on the engineers drawing board.