Late last year SIG Sauer introduced the Sig 365 SAS (Sig-Anti-Snag). One of the unique features to make it snag-proof is the low profile Meprolight FT Bullseye sight. Gun sales have maintained their record pace over the past few months and the Sig 365 SAS remains a top seller. Independent reviews regarding the 365 SAS with the FT Bullseye have been positive:
“Instead of traditional iron sights, Sig took a Meprolight Bullseye sight and melted’ it down into the slide. Again, we’d like to re-emphasize how gimmicky we thought the sight was. We’d also like to point out how wrong we were. How much did we love it? I’m looking to have the Meprolight Bullseye mounted on other firearms.” (Ryan Cleckner, gununiversity.com)
“Finally, let’s talk about the FT Bullseye Sights. Besides the obvious cool factor, the real assessment centers around their functionality. Do they actually work? While I’ve only put 100-rounds down range, I can say that sight acquisition is quick and painless. These are possibly the easiest sights to pick up. If you have an astigmatism, as I do, then you may want to check out the SAS for this reason alone.” (Seth Rogers, guns.com)
Utilizing patented fiber-optic technology, Meprolight’s engineers combined tritium with fiber optics to create the FT Bullseye, a single rear micro red-dot style sight that works day or night—no batteries needed. Meprolight shortened the length of the optic, added an optical lens, tritium and a dot/circle reticle. Whether in competition or in defensive situations, the goal is to place rounds on target quickly and accurately. As soon as the dot is centered in the circle creating a bullseye, you’re on target. When milliseconds count, give yourself the advantage. The low prolife design allows you to use your normal holster.
The FT Bullseye replaces your rear sight and simply mounts into the existing dovetail. It is available in red or green dot/circle for all Glock models, IWI, Springfield XD and XDM models, S&W including M&P Shield, CZ, H&K Ruger and Kriss. Meprolight guarantees the tritium to last up to 12 years.
And if you’re in the market for backup iron sights for an AR, take a look at the new Meprolight FRBS, also with tritium.