XS Sight Systems Celebrates 20th Anniversary With Revamped Name and Logo


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(Ammoland) XS Sight Systems is set to officially change its name to XS Sights, effective January 1, 2017.

Co-Owners Jon Pastusek and Kellie Brunn proudly delivered the announcement and unveiled a revamped company logo to reflect the update in celebration of the company’s 20th anniversary.

“I am excited to say, we have been around for 20 years, but I am more excited for what the future holds for our company”, said Jon. “While the name change is slight, it represents so much more. We’ve been listening to our customers and using their feedback to make everything we do more streamlined, right down to what we name our products.”

Since its inception, the company has seen steady growth, evolving from a one-building shop into a four-building campus with a new headquarters.

XS Sights was founded in 1996 by Jon and Kellie’s father, Ed Pastusek, who went on to partner with Ashley Emerson to apply precision manufacturing to produce sights for defensive shooting. The company now has one of the widest selections of aftermarket defensive firearm sights in the industry.

“The growth our company has seen in the past is amazing, and I know my dad would be proud of its continued success,” added Kellie.

About XS Sight Systems
XS Sight Systems, headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas, is the leader in precision manufacturing of practical hunting and combat-effective tactical sights, lever rails, mounts, glass assault tools and related products for U.S. civilians, law enforcement and military professionals. The company provides uncompromising quality by manufacturing from 1144 stress-proof steel and aircraft grade metals – never metal-injection molding (MIM). XS® American-made products are ideal for conceal carry, personal and home defense, hunting, military and law enforcement, 3-Gun and competitive shooting.

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4 years ago

I wish they’d start making Big Dot suppressor sights for the M&P9.