The 10-8 Performance rear sight is precision CNC machined from heat treated 4140 bar stock and finished in black QPQ salt bath nitrocarburizing (aka Melonite, same as the Glock slide). All 10-8 sights feature a U notch for rapid, intuitive alignment with dot such as on our tritium insert, brass bead, and fiber optic front sights. The rear face is plain black, serrated at 40 lpi to reduce glare in varied lighting conditions.
User installation instructions included.
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 Murphy. Iron Frog Pistolcraft on 14th Mar 2014
What a great idea.....open up that rear notch, more light to actually see my front sight clearly. I've been doing this a long time....shooting and training folks to shoot pistols defensively. This is the most effective advance in pistol sights I've ever used.
Posted by William Hinegardner on 3rd Mar 2014
I used a .156" U Rear in conjunction with a .215" tritium front sight. They were mounted on a Glock 19. I took a 2 day "Fast and Accurate" class, and the set up was perfect. I brought my back-up gun (Glock 19 with XS Big Dots) Just in case, but I never took it out of the box. The 10-8 sight setup was just awesome.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd Mar 2014
I have both the big rear sight and the small
Go with the small it's fast for 3 gun
Posted by Unknown on 19th Feb 2014
The sight on Gen 4 Glock will fit 1/3 of the way in Dovetial. The video makes one think that using a standard file will adjust the dovetail to make the fit better - WRONG! You can fiule til the cows come home with the hardened steel of the 10-8 sight. Recommend a diamond file. Otherwise you will have to hammer it with a plastic hammer - makes to difficult centering. Get a diamond file, folks, standard file on that is worthless. Once on with fiber front - it is an awsome sight. A great sight picture - far better than stock. Excellant sight. Video for the file job is poor.
Posted by Chris on 28th Jan 2014
I've installed a 10-8 Rear Sight on all of my Handguns. I love the U-Notch rear sight and prefer the serrated rear over the plain rear. If you are one of those guys who wants to be able to rack the slide using one hand these sights can do the job. I a .140 Rear w/ a .115 Front on my Gen 4 G34/G35. Installation was a breeze. The .140 Rear to .115 Front gave me a close 1:2:1 for sight picture to the width of the front sight.
Posted by 309Tactical on 26th Jan 2014
Glock 30 with the.156 U notch rear and the .125 fiber front.
Posted by john on 15th Jan 2014
this is my second purchase of the glock rear sight. I like the forward slant it has on the sight with the serrations. I hate sights that are flat in the rear. Only mistake I saw is on some of the lines of the serrations paint was marred. I don't mind too much. I coupled it with the ameriglo idot front sight .220 height and works perfectly. Will buy again.
Posted by Brad Adams on 4th Jan 2014
I ordered the Brass Bead front and the Glock rear sight. Installation was simple, a couple of strokes with the file and I was able to tap the sight in just like in the video. I have the MGW Sight pusher for Glocks but it's the sloped version and the 10-8 sights require the straight version. No problem at all, hammer and nylon tipped punch and the job was finished. I love these sights, paired with the Brass Bead fronts, quick acquisition and they look great. Fast delivery, nice product. I'll be back for more.
Posted by Unknown on 17th Dec 2013
I have installed the fiber optic front and this rear sight on all five of my Glocks. Prior to taking a chance on my first set of these sights I thought I preferred short, fat night sights. After using these sights I will never use anything else. The fiber optic front and U-notch rear make it like shooting with an Aimpoint. Seriously. Read Hilton's description of sights. He is right. I think tritium sights are going to be replaced by the fiber optic. I am in law enforcement and use these sights with a pistol mounted light. If you are carrying for duty or personal protection, you still need a flashlight to identify the target, making the tritium a moot point. I highly recommend these sights. You will not be disappointed.
Posted by Seth Bagby on 17th Dec 2013
Just purchased my second rear glock sight. My 19 and 17 both have 10-8 sights. I really like the .156 U notch with the .125 fiber front.. Great combo and I think you would be hard pressed to find anything better. Excellent service from 10-8. I ordered on a saturday night and recieved and email on sunday night stateing that order was complete and ready to ship.. Just so you know the MGW rear sight tool for glocks will not fit this sight. The sight is a little too wide to fit but its no big deal I just used a plastic hammer to drive the sight on like the instructional youtube video said to.
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