Meprolight MEPRO FT Bullseye, A Breakthrough in Pistol Sight Technology

Meprolight MEPRO FT Bullseye pistol sight system

Middletown, Penn. (Ammoland.com) – Meprolight®, a world leader in a variety of optic solutions from electro-optics sights, thermal sights and devices, self-illuminated sights, and innovative pistol sights, has revolutionized the traditional pistol front and rear sight system with the MEPRO FT Bullseye. Three new FT Bullseye sights will be available in December 2019; Glock 42/43, SIG Sauer P365 (not SAS version) and the new FT Bullseye sight for the CZ P10.

Based on an optical illumination patent, Meprolight designed the FT Bullseye to incorporate all the most sought-after features of pistol sights into this one, low profile optical pistol sight. Using the popular red dot sight concept as the basis of the FT Bullseye, the engineers designed the sight to provide an aim point in the form of an illuminated dot and circle bullseye. The user just needs to line up the dot within the circle for fast, accurate target acquisition.

FT Bullseye, rear view

The fiber-optic Tritium provides the user with superior visibility day, night, and low light conditions and is guaranteed for 12-years. With no batteries to insert, no switches to turn on or off, the MEPRO FT Bullseye is always on and ready.

For new shooters and shooters with less than perfect eyesight, the FT Bullseye takes all the stress out of lining up front and rear sights or placing a front sight dot in a rear V-sight. Simply put the illuminated dot in the center of the circle and your aim is true, instantly and accurately, every time with no front sight needed. The FT Bullseye sight is a perfect choice for concealed carry pistols due to its very small size and super quick target acquisition. The FT Bullseye sight is also a great alternative to bulky optical sights that require batteries or switching on and off and won’t fit in a holster.  It’s low profile design not only aids in fast and intuitive target recognition, it requires no batteries, switches and it also fits on most existing holsters already available.

Meprolight MEPRO FT Bullseye

Lightweight and easy to install in the rear sight dovetail location on the pistol slide, the MEPRO FT Bullseye is manufactured to withstand heavy and constant recoil. It is available for a variety of popular brands such as: CZ, GLOCK, H&K, IWI, Kriss, SIG Sauer, Smith & Wesson, and Springfield. The MEPRO FT Bullseye may be the smallest pistol optic in the world, but it’s a big game-changer for pistol sights. MSRP $160.00

See the MEPRO FT Bullseye in action: https://youtu.be/TUcczKz1lQM.

Meprolight’s array of sight options for civilian, law enforcement, and military are all designed to meet the high standards of military use; therefore, customers can count on Meprolight products as exceeding traditional standards of durability, reliability, clarity, and consistent performance. Visit Meprolight USA® at the 2020 SHOT Show at booth #15138, January 21-24, 2020 in Las Vegas.

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About Meprolight®:

Meprolight® is a leading International Electro-Optics company, developing, manufacturing and marketing systems for infantry, armed forces, law enforcement agencies, and civilian markets since 1990. Meprolight opened a US-based division, Meprolight USA®, in early 2019 to better serve its North American customers.

Meprolight provides comprehensive solutions with a wide array of combat-proven products; electro-optical solutions, night vision devices, digital Low light handheld devices, thermal target acquisition systems, and a variety of night sights and other tritium illuminated products for safety and security applications. www.meprolight.com

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#1 – The Youtube link provided in this article is a 404 error.

#2 – I’d be curious about the sight picture with this site. Do you center the dot in the circle THEN line up the top of the sights (like you would traditional 3-dot sights)? Or, do you line up the dot in the circle THEN put the dot over your target and have it cover your target? (…etc)

Knute
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It looks to be a tritium version of the guttersnipe sight from the 1970s. If so, not quite a “breakthrough”…
But a bit newer than the “modern” striker fired pistol, first designed in pre-1900.

Rock
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Rock

The trigger blade safety found on almost all firearms now, is not a Glock or Savage “invention” as is the Ruger transfer bar idea, also used on many firearms now… BOTH were on the Iver Johnson .32 made about 1899.

Ken
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