Recently BlueSheepdog obtained a set of Ameriglo Agent night sights to test and review on a former police-issue Glock 22 pistol. The particular sights we acquired come with an orange front sight and green 2-dot rear sight. Ameriglo sights form a familiar 3-dot sighting system that were developed in part to satisfy the requirements for a Federal law enforcement contract (FBI) for special agent handguns. The Ameriglo sighting system offers their unique enlarged front sight, with the benefits of Tritium for quick and sure targeting in low light situations.
Ameriglo is one of America’s leading pistol sights manufacturers, and their unique pistol sight designs have been very popular among shooters. The use of Tritium for weapon sights has been around for a couple of decades now, and has greatly enhanced the ability of shooters to acquire a solid target picture in low light conditions. Ameriglo improves that sighting picture through their unique and enlarged front sight design.
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