Night Fision’s Optics Mounted Stealth Sights Are Now Available

Since its launch in 2017, Night Fision has become an established manufacturer of tritium insertion solutions, and the Metro Detroit-based firm recently announced the release of its new Optics Mounted Stealth Sights. Designed for firearms that have omitted a rear dovetail, the sights can be paired with an optic deck and firearm using the same screw path used for the optic.

The first offering in the new line-up was created specifically for the Sig Sauer M17 and M18 with a Holosun SCS320 mounted. It offers a classic lower 1/3 co-witness and requires no special tools – just a hex wrench and the supplied tools.

Night Fision Optics Ready Stealth
The Night Fision Optics Ready Stealth is designed to be paired with pistol optics.

It is available with yellow, orange, and black ring front sights, which can be combined with black ring rear sights. All of the sight rings are also made of ballistic polymer that is guaranteed to not chip, crack, fade, or peel under even the most adverse conditions. All variants also feature narrow front blades that obscure less threat and serrated faces to minimize glare from the sun or handheld lights.

The tritium vials that carry domed lenses are optically engineered for superior visibility. Night Fision’s patented dome lens collimates the emitted glow from a vial that is packed with more tritium than most standard night sights on the market, promising to deliver a crisp green dot in dark conditions. In addition, the night sights are CNC machined from high-quality steel, while the lenses are constructed from the same materials used for “bulletproof glass.”

The new Optics Mounted Stealth Sights are now listed on Night Fision’s website and are available for $119.00 (MSRP).

Peter Suciu is a Michigan-based freelance writer who regularly covers firearms related topics and military history. As a reporter, his work has appeared in dozens of magazines, newspapers, and websites. Among those are The National Interest, Forbes, and many others. He has collected military small arms and military helmets most of his life, and just recently navigated his first NFA transfer to buy his first machine gun. He is co-author of the book A Gallery of Military Headdress, which was published in February 2019. It is his third book on the topic of military hats and helmets.

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