Viking Tactics Glock Sights
The VTAC Glock sights are designed to give you the best of three worlds. During daylight you have an intense fiber optic tube that allows for quick sight acquisition as well as increased speed during target transitions. For darkness you have the ability to see your sights regardless of the situation. If you ID a threat you can use the tritium, if you use your light you can simply use the outline of the tapered front sight.
These sights have several unique features, the first being fiber for the front and the rear. These fibers allow you to see the sight and align no matter the situation. If you find yourself in an non standard position these dots will not only help with alignment of the sights but tell you where each sight is and where they need to go to get that alignment.
The front sight is tapered for several reasons. We wanted a fine aiming point so the top of the sight is .110. This allows for a smaller sight and installation of a fine fiber for accuracy. The wall thickness increases as you get near the tritium vials to allow for safe use and to meet the requirements of the NRC.
The VTAC Glock sight is intended for use on most Glock Pistols. These sights are made for point of aim point of impact at 15 yards. If you have a Glock 20 or 21, your point of impact will be approximately 1-2 inches low at 15 yards. (Not compatible with Glock MOS). Will work with Glock 43.
If you want the fastest combat sights on the market you need to run the VTAC Glock Sights.
Bottom Width .153
Top Width .110
Notch Width .145
Depth of Notch .192
Other Options Sold:
Also available in with GREEN Front FIBER
Fiber Front / Fiber Rear (VTAC-VSGL-FF) $175
Fiber Front / Steel Rear (VTAC-VSGL-FB) $100
Steel Front / Steel Rear (VTAC-VSGL-BB) $65
NOTE: During the construction of the VTAC sight a heating tool is used to hold the fiber in place while epoxy is applied. This may appear on the top section as a small bubble which it is not. The sight picture will not be affected by this construction process. Check the function of the fiber by exposure to outside bright light.