XS SIGHTS’ Express Sights for M&P Pistols

XS Express sights are the finest sights made for fast…

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XS Express sights are the finest sights made for fast sight acquisition with your Smith & Wesson M&P.

XS Big Dot Tritium or Standard Dot Tritium front sight is paired with XS Sight Systems’ original white line rear to provide fast sight acquisition.

Smith & Wesson M&P Semi Auto, all models Big Dot Tritium or Standard Dot Tritium front with white stripe rear.

Features:
*Ultimate “Flash Sight” picture
*Excels in high stress defensive situations
*Improves Low-Light accuracy
*Low profile, snag free design
*Available with Big Dot Tritium or Standard Dot Tritium front sight
*Trijicon® Tritium vials

MSRP $90.00

For more information on this and other XS Sight Systems products, visit www.xssights.com

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  • George Malo

    I wish you made just a front sight for a S&W J frame

  • Ernie Taylor

    Like I said, I have seen any number of sight combinations, including XS Sights, for different semi-autos that use tritium for their rear sights so I am not at all sure why they can’t make one for the M&P .40 cal. I certainly believe them but, to date, they have not included an explanation as to why this cannot be done for the M&P. If you have any information, or know where I can go to get such information, I would appreciate a heads up. Thanks.

    Ernie Taylor

  • Travis Christensen

    That’s odd. I purchased the same for my P220 and my rear sight has a vertical tritium lamp. I have no complaints.

  • Ernie Taylor

    I purchased a front, Express Series, Big Dot sight (with a rear white vertical stripe that did not have the tritium feature)and, while I really like the front sight, I wish I had the vertical tritium rear sight to complement the front sight because, in low light conditions, the rear sight disappears completely and makes it difficult to assure yourself that your weapon is level. XS Express Sights informed me that they were not able to develop a rear site with tritium features due to technical problems. Since that time, I have seen any number of such rear sights with tritium and, I have to wonder, what is going on? I really like the XS Sight Series but, obviously, wonder why these folks haven’t been able to overcome the engineering problems which they claim stand in the way of building such? With my age and sight issues, the rear white sight with tritium would really help if only in the initial phase of sighting so that you know, under the initial “draw and present” phase, where you assure yourself that the pistol is “level” in its aim before you shift your focus to the front sight and the target. It really would be of help, to me. I know that you really can’t attend to three or more sighting objects at the same time, and I don’t plan to. But, to start off knowing that your weapon is level, by checking the alignment of both front and back sights in low light conditions, will allow you to confidently shift your focus to the front sight and the assaulter. Then you can go about your business of taking care of the problem(s) at hand. Since other manufacturers are producing rear sights embedded with Trijicon (or similar product), I am not sure what is holding back the people from XS. However, being a loyal customer, I plan to wait on XS Sights to solve their engineering problems and provide us with reliable rear sights that match the intensity of the front sights.

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