AmeriGlo XL Height Sights - Black - GL-429

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AmeriGlo Black Suppressor Height sights are the perfect compliment to your Optic Cut.

All of our Optic Cuts are engineered to absolutely co-witness with these sights. We find that these sights offer the perfect balance of speed and utility, and most importantly, do not interfere or distract from your optic's reticle.

Free installation included with purchase if you're sending your slide in for customization work.

Compatible with all Glock models except for the 42 and 43.

23 Reviews

  • 5
    Suppressor sights

    Posted by Shawn Elliott on Jul 2nd 2021

    Great sights to go with my RMR. A must for a back up.

  • 5
    black sights

    Posted by mytquin on Jun 7th 2021

    i prefer these over any others so there is zero distractions with my sight picture. price point helps as well.

  • 5
    Helped me out

    Posted by Elliot on Dec 7th 2020

    When I finished ordering my slide work, I saw that they included sight installation for free. So I ordered some sights AFTER my initial order, with a note asking if they could please install. They coordinated perfectly with me, and are great at making satisfied customers.

  • 5
    Sights Review

    Posted by Craig Summers on Jul 17th 2020

    Perfect install by John. Product works as advertised

  • 5

    Posted by JP on Jul 6th 2020

    Exactly as described.

  • 4
    Suppressor hight sights

    Posted by Stephen Douglass on May 20th 2020

    Good quality metal sights, disappointed I didn't pony up for the improved version with illuminated dots

  • 5

    Posted by James on Jan 28th 2020

    Quality sights.

  • 5
    Ameriglo gl-429

    Posted by Joe Lipari on Dec 3rd 2019

    Great set of sights at a great price

  • 5
    AmeriGlo Supressor Height sights

    Posted by James on Sep 17th 2018

    I wanted something that wasn’t flashy to co-witness and was pleasantly surprised with how good of quality they were. Very happy with my purchase and having them installed free of charge was a definite plus.