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Trijicon Adjustable Night Sight

Utilizing Trijicon's legendary tritium-under-saphire inserts, this setup provides an edge in low-light situations.

Utilizing Trijicon's legendary tritium-under-saphire inserts, this setup provides an edge in low-light situations. Ruggedly constructed of steel, they are fully adjustable for windage and elevation and fit most plain-barrel Remington shotguns. The front sight fits over the existing sight and is epoxied in place (epoxy included); the rear sight requires drilling and tapping the receiver. Price: $112.



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