ZEV Tech sights for Glock pistols sold online by Omaha Outdoors are made from billet steel and offer clever design features which increase durability and shootability over the stock sights while also making the pistol more amenable to operation under stress. Originally, Glock pistols had front sights that were held on by a rather weak tenon, a method that is fine for woodworking and when large enough to resist damage but not as part of a firearm subject to intense and repeated stresses like rapid fire or the slide being hit by or dragged across a hard object. ZEV front sights are held in place by a durable screw which should be secured in place with Loctite after installation. This method is far more durable than the old Glock method. Whether you choose co-witness iron or fiber optic, you’ll have some of the best sights available today.
Easy to See, Easy to Hit
ZEV’s sights are available in a set with front and rear or separately as front or rear sites alone. All-steel sights in co-witness height are ideal for use as backups to a mounted micro red dot sight, while the fiber optic front sights easily catch the eye and contribute to rapid and precise shooting. If you want a faster-shooting pistol for up close work, the wider front sights will be easier to distinguish from background clutter under stress, while the narrower front sights will be more precise at distance. Rear sights feature a u-notch and a flat front face which allows the pistol to be racked off a holster, boot, or other hard object when a malfunction needs to be cleared or the pistol put back into battery with one hand after reloading.