Advantage Tactical Sights Dark Diamond Night Sight

 

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Santa Fe, NM (May 2016)Advantage Tactical Sights, a maker of innovative, accurate sights that allow rapid target acquisition, is pleased to announce its new Dark Diamond Night Sight

(ATS-DD). The ATS-DD is the first iron sight that enables one to make an accurate shot, in total darkness, at distance, using only a glowing front sight. The new ATS-DD is now shipping from the Advantage Tactical Sight’s website store and will formally debut at the 2016 NRA Annual Meeting and Exhibits in Louisville, Kentucky at booth 4257, May 20 – 22, 2016.

“Before the Dark Diamond Night Sight, other sights with an illuminated front sight were only accurate at distances of up to 5 yards. With the Dark Diamond Sight you can reach out to distances of 15, 20, 25 yards and beyond in total darkness. Let’s face it, when its dark and you need your gun, you need to be able to see where you’re shooting, with the Dark Diamond Sight you can have complete confidence in your nighttime accuracy,” said Richard Nasef, President of Advantage Tactical Sights.

Here’s how it works:

Simply align the front and rear sights in daylight or darkness and when you see a diamond shape you know you’re aligned. The tip of the diamond is where your shot will go.

1) Rear sight 2) Front Sight 3) Front and Rear Sight Aligned in Daylight 4) Front and Rear Sight Aligned in Darkness

The ATS Glock Dark Diamond sight is now shipping from the Advantage Tactical Sight retail website store and soon will be for sale at most ATS vendors. By mid May 2016 or before, the ATS-DD sight line will be available for SIG Sauer, Springfield XD, Walther PPQ and all ATS long guns.  To order one visit Advantage Tactical. The Advantage Tactical Sight and Advantage Tactical Dark Diamond will soon be available for all handguns, shotguns, carbines and rifles.

For more information on Advantage Tactical Sights, visit www.advantagetactical.com

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