Meprolight FT Bullseye Available For Sig Family of Pistols

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

The Mako Group

USA -(Ammoland.com)- The Mako Group announces the popular FT Bullseye-micro red-dot-sight is available for additional Sig model pistols. The Meprolight FT Bullseye is an innovative micro-optic sight, featuring a single rear sight design, no front sight needed!

Meprolight’s engineers created a sight which helps you acquire the target quicker. By combining Tritium and fiber optics, FT Bullseye works in all lighting conditions, day or night. No batteries required.

The FT Bullseye fits the following Sig models-P220, P225, P226, P227 Elite, P228, P229, P239 and the P320. Additionally, the sight is available for GLOCK, Springfield XD and XDM, Smith and Wesson M&P and M&P Shield, H&K VP9 and Remington R1 pistols.

The low profile, single rear sight, helps shooters get on target faster. With this unique design, there’s no need for the front sight. When the dot is centered in the circle, you’re on target.

Experienced and new shooters who test the sight, quickly realize that focusing on the rear sight only is easier than it seems. They understand the concept and see why it is faster than aligning front and rear sights in the traditional manner. Available in red or green dot.

If you’re attending the NRA Show, stop by The MAKO GROUP booth (Booth #1119) and see other new and innovative products from Meprolight and FAB Defense.

 

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, Instagram and YouTube to stay up-to-date on the latest news and products.

For more information visit their website.

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Patrick B.
Patrick B.
4 years ago

Call me when you have one for a 1911. It’s only the most popular single model handgun. And just about every gun manufacturer makes one.

David
David
4 years ago
Reply to  Patrick B.

Patrick B, true enough, if one could count on the plethora of “1911” makers that consistently use the same exact dovetail pattern to accept it. Sights that fit a Metro won’t fit a Kimber, those won’t fit an S&W, a Remington R1, or a Colt.

In the 1911 world, pretty much the only “universal” cut is Novak, and then we are dealing with an “anti-snag” ski slope that also is an issue for some of us.

Mark Are
Mark Are
4 years ago

IF you need reading glasses to read, you will need to be wearing them for this sight to work. I bought one and found that out to my dismay. Sent it back for a refund. I don’t wear my reading glasses when I’m during the course of the day and since I figured I’d need to pistol in an emergency without reading glasses, I couldn’t see it worth a darn. Keep that in mind. IT WON’T WORK without your reading glasses.

Bsulli
Bsulli
4 years ago
Reply to  Mark Are

Not discounting your personal experience but I have to wear reading glasses and zero problems with this site when I had the opportunity to shoot with one without my reading glasses on. I now have them on order for my guns. Maybe it is to the degree with which reading glasses are required.

Kenneth Waggoner
Kenneth Waggoner
4 years ago

Soooo when are they going to make one regular people can afford.

Wild Bill
Wild Bill
4 years ago

@kenneth Waggoner, It is only Obama dollars, half as valuable as before he took office. Just paper with pretty pictures on it. Fiat money. As long as you can exchange paper for something that works…do it!