I can definitely say that the XS Sights work as advertised. I’ve tried them on the Mini-14 and AR-15 carbines, and in both cases they enabled accurate 100 yard plinking at night and fast acquisition with full sights. With a peep-sight equipped rifle, the Tritium front is the most worthwhile upgrade. If you can see the sight through the opening, you’re going to hit what you’re pointing at. For around $100, this is a very worthwhile upgrade for any gun that gets used at night. – Arclight
While reading earlier today OSOM’s posting re “Night Sights for Pistols”, I remembered an advert in a recent issue of Shotgun News, which showed two products (named “Diamond XT“; and ” Diamond SAS; from a company that calls itself “Nikko-Stirling Optics.” The visual, located on the “XT” page, appears to be just what the proverbial doctor ordered, for such CQ and CQ/T (courtesy of IOR – Valdada and Leupold) situations which may pop up. Better than the long in use 3-dot system? Would seem so to me. – Ben L.