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XS Sight Systems, Inc. Introduces Fast-Acquisition Sighting for FNH Pistols

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Article first appeared at Ammo Land.

FORT WORTH, TEXAS (AmmoLand) – Due to popular demand, XS Sight Systems, Inc., has developed a new set of fast-acquisition sighting options for FN Herstal (FNH) pistols in both 9mm and 40S&W calibers. These Big-Dot and Standard-Dot Tritium sighting sets are now available to vendors and dealers at MSRP $95.

This newest addition to the XS Sight lineup is part of an effort to engage diehard FNH fans with the high-quality systems XS Sight fans have come to expect, according to Commercial Sales Manager Tanya Gorin.

“Providing adaptability for FNH pistols gives XS Sight the opportunity to meet the needs of defensive shooters,” Gorin said. “These sights are designed specifically to help the user overcome obstacles faced in high-stress shooting situations.”

Each model is designed with a highly visible front sight that operates well in all lighting conditions, as well as makes for fast acquisition when timing is a factor. They utilize green tritium to maximize visibility in abject lighting conditions.

The FNH sights are available direct through XSSights.com and through our trusted distributors and wholesalers.

Order XS Sight Systems Big-Dot Sights online ta Amazon : http://tiny.cc/rtgfcy ~ AmmoLand

About XS Sight Systems
XS Sight Systems is the leader in precision manufacturing of hunting and combat tactical sights, lever rails, mounts and other related products for U.S. civilians, law enforcement and military professionals. XS Sights CNCs all parts in house and only uses the best materials, including 1144 stress-proof steel and 6061 T6 aircraft grade aluminum. Visit https://www.xssights.com/ to see all products available for sale and the company’s history.

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