SIG Adds Second Model With Mepro FT Bullseye Sights

From Meprolight

Based on the positive market reaction and demand for the Sig P365 SAS with Mepro FT Bullseye sights, Sig just released their second model, the Sig P938 SAS, using the same sights.

“When we introduced the SAS technology with the P365 it was immensely popular, and the demand for this new technology in the concealed carry market was immediate. The SIG P938 is a very popular micro-compact pistol, so the addition of the SAS technology was a natural fit for this platform,” said Tom Taylor, Chief Marketing Officer and Executive Vice President, Commercial Sales. “Our proprietary SAS technology removes all the snag points from the pistol for a seamless draw. The integrated, flush-mounted FT Bullseye sight mounted directly into the slide is intuitive, and easy for the untrained eye to pick-up for fast target acquisition.”

Utilizing patented fiber optic technology, Meprolight’s engineers combined tritium with fiber optics to create the FT Bullseye, a single rear micro 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 bullseye reticle. In defensive situations as well as competition, 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 works perfectly with a standard holster.

Handgun owners can upgrade their own sights with the Mepro FT Bullseye™ by simply mounting it into the existing rear-sight dovetail. It is available in red or green bullseye reticle for many of the most popular self-defense pistols—all Glock models including Glock MOS, IWI, Springfield XD and XDM models, S&W including M&P Shield, Sig P models including the P365, CZ, H&K, Ruger, Kahr and Kriss. Meprolight guarantees the tritium luminance to last up to 12 years. This Sig link gives all the details plus a video.

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