All of our front sights feature 40lpi serrations to provide crisp visual focus and glare reduction. Finished in black QPQ salt bath nitrocarburizing (aka Melonite, same as the Glock slide).
All sights include set screw.
**Our front sight posts are made to maximum dimensions for a tight fit in your slide. However, due to extremely wide variation in the mounting holes in the Glock slides, our posts are sometimes oversized. If a gentle tap with a nonmarring hammer does not seat the sight, file just a little off the outside with a diamond hone and try again.
Please contact us for a discounted price on additional front sights if your initial purchase does not provide the desired point of impact.
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Posted by Chris on 10th Feb 2015
I purchased this front sight to work in conjunction with the 10-8 rear sight...replacements for my new glock 34.
The sight is very easy to install, and gives a great sight picture. Mine is the .235 front. When acquiring my targets now, the front sight pops! and stands out easy to see. My groups are shrinking the more I shoot with my 10-8 sights!
Posted by Josh on 10th Feb 2015
I would highly recommend this sights I have never had any sight even come close
Posted by Joshua Richardson on 10th Feb 2015
I got the sites in had them installed that night and went and shot a I.D.P.A match the next day. Very fast to acquire and had not trouble pulling head shoots in several targets would highly recommend these sight to everone
Posted by Chase Smallwood on 7th Feb 2015
This is a far improvement over the stock glock sight. With the thinner posts it allows for much more surgical shots. An added bonus, these sights are bullet proof. The extra support in the middle of the fiber offer a big improvement over similar sights. My set required a little fitting for the front post, but it was so easy a cave man could do it. Great product for a great price. Can't see how it could get much better, but if it could I bet 10-8 performance will be the one to figure it out.
Posted by Earl An on 27th Jan 2015
Used the .250" tall x .125 wide Fiber optic front with the 10-8 .156" rear in my Glock 19. Now my shots land on the top edge of the front sight instead of 3" high at 25 feet. Great sight picture! The green fiber dot is very fast to pickup. I used brass beads before, but I will be switching to fiber optic sights in all my guns.
Posted by Ryan Weber on 20th Dec 2014
I love these sights on my G34. The brass bead isn't distracting and ideal for quick precision shots. I think it's the perfect balance between blacked out and FO front. I have Trijicon HD's, and XS Bigdots on some of my other defense Glocks, but I like these a bit more for quick acquisition target shooting. I went with the recommended height for G34's (.235 front) and it's right on. Highly recommend. Thanks 10-8!
Posted by W. Stringer on 21st Nov 2014
I just finished installing the front sight on my G-17. It looks great and I pick up the front sight real fast. For me it seems I'm attracted to the bead faster then other types. It reflects light great making the front sight jump out at you.
As for the install. Went right in. No modifications needed. Great sight.
Posted by Randy on 21st Nov 2014
Being that I'm 51 and eye sight is so so I read a lot of the reviews and decided to go with the 156 rear and .125 / 215 for the front on a Glock 19. The sites were perfectly for me!
Posted by Steve O on 7th Nov 2014
Sighting options are an immensely personal choice. It is difficult to get "over the hump" to actually change sights as an experiment. However, once you try the 10-8 sights, you will never go back to whatever you had before. The .100W X .250 height solved my G34 vertical POI issue. I now shoot POA to POI at 30yds with a 147gr bullet.
Posted by David Poe on 7th Nov 2014
Full disclosure: I'm just a big fan of the way 10-8 does things that is probably love anything I buy from them. That being said, these fiber optic front sights really are incredible.
I have used a few other fiber optic front front sights before (Dawson, Warren, etc) and they've all been adequate. The 10-8s are a step above. The sight allows for a longer fiber optic rod which gathers more light. These things are bright. Even with the end I melted/charred trying to get a good bead on the rod, the sight glows brighter than any of the aforementioned sights I've used.
Simply put, these sights are robust, and if you take the time to install them correctly (there's a really great video somewhere on this website) you will have no reason for concern over the durability of the fiber optic rod.
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