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XS Sights now offering RAM night sights for Canik and Taurus pistols

April 8, 2020  By Staff

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XS Sights has expanded its 3-Dot RAM Night Sight line to include the Canik TP9SF series and Taurus G2 pistols.

The RAM (radioactive material) night sights offer “the brightest 3-dot sight option for fast and accurate shooting in bright and low light,” according to the company. Featuring a traditional 3-dot tritium, notch and post sight picture, the rear sight of the RAM is blacked out to increase contrast against the front sight which is available in bright orange or green. The front sight features XS’s proprietary Ember Glow Dot technology, which absorbs ambient light and glows in low light. The front tritium lamp in the RAM sight charges the Ember Glow Dot, making the front sight glow brighter than the rear, keeping your focus down range.

“Fine-tuned for Law Enforcement use, RAM sights are purpose driven tools that ensure front sight visibility in any light,” the company stated.

Other key features include a rear sight overhang that reduces glare in bright light for greater sight definition. The anti-reflective rear tritium lenses also reduce glare in daylight while increasing contrast against the front sight. RAM sights also have a rear sight ledge to aid in one-handed slide manipulations.

The orange front sight contrasts best in bright light and the green glows best in low light; however, people see colour differently and eye-sight issues can affect which colour performs best for each individual.

RAM Night Sights are CNC machined from bar-stock steel and treated with a hardening and rust-preventative coating. Front blade width is 0.145” (3.68 mm) and the notch width is 0.170” (4.32 mm). While height varies by model, all models fit standard holster options. Designed for simple installation by hand or with a sight pusher tool. All XS sights are backed by a 10-year, no-questions-asked warranty.

For available modes and more information on XS Sights, visit or call 1-888-744-4880.

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