Certain Glock Adjustable Kensight Sight Trijicon Tritium insert - Night Sights - Beveled BladeKensight Sights
Developed specifically for the Glock pistols, with their fixed sight dovetail placed at the extreme rear of the slide. Ours is a clean-sheet design, not just a recycled sight from our parts bin. Knowledgeable shooters will note that our rear sight blade matches evenly with the rear of the slide on the Glock pistol. Features Trijicon green or yellow 0.076" tritium dots with white outline. Suitable for Glock Models 17, 22, 31, 34, 35 and 37.
- Material: 4140 Chrome Moly Steel
- Finish: Black Oxide
- Rear Sight Blade Type: Fully Serrated, Beveled,
- Rear Notch Width: .118” wide x .100” deep
- Sight Dovetail: Factory Glock Rear Dovetail
*REQUIRES A 0.315"-0.350" FRONT SIGHT*
Authentic Kensight ® Sights - The Professional's Choice
This is an authentic Kensight ® sight, and not to be confused with other brands. When it comes to durability, and features the Kensight® sights far exceed our competitors. Our sights are Wire-EDM machined from a single billet of 4140 chrome-moly steel. The result is a precision sight built with better materials and the Wire-EDM construction ensures the tightest tolerances possible. This translates to ultra-smooth adjustments, audible clicks for both windage and elevation, and consistent dovetail dimensions in which the "industry standard" CNC construction cannot compete. Backed by our Limited Lifetime Warranty, Kensight 1911 sights are premium quality and the first choice for factory-fit OEM manufactures, competition shooters and professional's worldwide.
Limited Lifetime Warranty
We stand behind our products. All Kensight Sights are covered by a limited lifetime warranty. We guarantee our products against defects in material and construction. This limited lifetime warranty does not extend to normal signs of wear. It does not cover breakage, damage or rust due to misuse, improper maintenance, accidents, loss or theft. The warranty does not extend to damages cause by unauthorized repairs.
Any product we determine to be defective will be repaired or replaced solely at our discretion. To receive warranty repair or replacement, the owner must send the product to be evaluated by KFS Industries Warranty Services located at our Atlanta, Georgia headquarters. In addition to the provisions of this warranty, the owner may also have other rights that can vary by state. No other warranties are implied or expressed other than what is specifically stated here.
All products returned to KFS Industries for a warranty claim must have prior approval of a KFS Customer Service employee in the form of a Return Material Authorization Number (RMA). The RMA must be displayed on the exterior of the return carton. Merchandise returned without an RMA will be refused. The RMA number assigned will expire 30 days from date of issue. To obtain an RMA, please call the KFS Atlanta, Georgia headquarters at (404) 691-7611.
After you obtain your RMA, Please send your product to:KFS Industries Inc.
875 Wharton Dr SW
Atlanta, GA 30336
You must pay the shipping and insurance costs to return your product to KFS Industries Inc., and we will pay the shipping charges to return the product to your US address only. All International shipping will be the responsibility of the consumer.
Upon receipt of a returned product, we will verify warranty coverage. If the product is not covered by warranty, KFS Industries Inc. will send you an estimate of the cost to repair your product prior to performing any services not covered. Trijicon installs all the tritium vials on the Kensights. All tritium warranty issues must be sent to Trijicon directly.
Solid and well made.
The adjustments are solid and secure. Good profile and angles, won't snag. Good night sight dots, (could be a hair bigger like on the Meprolight revolver sights). Be careful. You have to file a lot of metal off of the slanted surface of he sight to get it to go into the slot on a Glock which has a curved slot which works for their cheap plastic sights but is a pain in the .... for metal sights, and these are all metal. Kensight: Our sight dovetails are slightly oversized intentionally so they work well with all manufacture tolerances. In general, you do not need to file the "angles" or "slanted surfaces" of the dovetails to install. You will just need to take a little material off the bottom of the dovetail which will shorten the overall width for a factory fit and installation.
Great workmanship and very solid
Glock sights in general are poor (I'm being kind) so you need a good sight (a trigger job also helps) to shoot well. The Kensight is just what you need. It is well made, very solid, and has plenty of adjustment and no play. The only problem you will run into is that the "key" of the sight which fits into the groove of the Glock slide is too thick. A caliper, a good file, a lot of patience, a sight installation tool, and you can put it in yourself. Be careful, don't try and force the sight in if it is very tight, you will be in a lot of trouble. Keep taking metal off and trying it for fit. You'll have to take off about 0.02 inches. However if you take off too much metal you can always stake the edges and make it tight again. Also it has a screw in the bottom of the"key" so you can tighten it in place. Lateral movement should not be a problem. I suggest you take the screw out which is used to control the elevation of the sight and flip the top part open when you are working. You can make a cheap sight installation tool from a 2 1/2 inch clamp and two plates of 1/4 steel plate. You will need a vice. If you want, I can send a picture.