We can all agree that sometimes the “Gucci Glock” modifications go much further than they need to. However, one upgrade is considered almost mandatory among many Glock shooters. The factory sights on a Glock leave a lot to be desired for some. Sure, they’re functional, and they’ll do the trick, but I hope if you’re reading this, you hold yourself to a higher standard of proficiency than just doing the trick. As they have before, Strike Industries has released not one, but TWO options for replacing the irons on your Glock pistol. Take a look at the new Strike Iron Sights for Glock pistols.
Strike Iron Sights – Standard Height
The Strike Iron Sights For GLOCK™ (Standard Height) give you the best affordable option so you can throw away those plastic OEM sights. The front sight sits at 0.212″ tall with the rear at 0.285″.
The standard height sights cost $29.95 (MSRP), and are made of SUS630 hardened stainless steel.
LENGTH: Front: 0.452″ | Rear: 0.406″
WIDTH: Front: 0.235″ | Rear: 0.82″
HEIGHT: Front: 0.212″ | Rear: 0.258″
HEIGHT FROM TOP OF SLIDE: Front: 0.212″ | Rear: 0.285″
WEIGHT: 0.2 oz
WEIGHT W/ PKG: 0.6 oz
Strike Iron Sights – Suppressor Height
The Strike Iron Sights For GLOCK™ (Suppressor Height) give you an elevated sight picture for a red dot or suppressor pistol setup. The front sight sits at 0.357″ tall with the rear at 0.372″ for an absolute co-witness position with a slide mounted red dot.
The suppressor height sights cost $34.95 (MSRP), and are also made of SUS630 hardened stainless steel.
LENGTH: 0.452″ (front), 0.408″ (rear)
WIDTH: 0.289″ (front), 0.82″ (rear)
HEIGHT: 0.450″ (front), 0.408″ (rear)
HEIGHT FROM TOP OF SLIDE: 0.357″ (front), 0.372″ (rear)
WEIGHT: 0.3 oz
WEIGHT W/ PKG: 0.7 oz
Both sights are compatible with Glock Standard Frames: 17, 17L, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 37, 38, and 39. If you’re looking for new sights for your Glock, or Glock parts-compatible pistol, give these a look. The standard height sights can be found here. The suppressor height sights can be found here. Take a look at the many other aftermarket parts Strike Industries offers on their website. Don’t forget to give them a like or follow on their Twitter, YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram.