Tyrant Designs is a CNC-machining specialty shop producing firearms parts and accessories from their home base in Chicago, Illinois. They claim to be the inventors of the original skeletonized AR-15 grips, and today they sell multiple versions of this product as well as many other parts. TFB has covered many of their prior offerings, and some examples of those are listed below. Typically, our own reviewers as well as the industry and customers at large have reacted mostly favorably, and generally regarded these products well. Now Tyrant has announced a new product coming soon: machined aluminum Glock sights. The sights appear to employ a white front blade and blackout rear configuration with their chevron-style serrated surface texturing, although it’s indicated that additional options including night sights and suppressor height versions will be added at an as-yet-unknown later date.
Tyrant Designs @ TFB:
- Tyrant Designs Introduces the Glock Gen 5 I.T.T.S. Trigger System
- Tyrant Designs Glock 43X and 48 Flared Aluminum Magwell
- TFB Review: Tyrant Designs Concept One and MOD v2 Grip Upgrades
- TFB Review: Tyrant Designs Glock 43X & 48 +4 Magazine Extensions
Tyrant issued the following announcement on their social media channels, in conjunction with the initial product imagery.
🚨 New Product Alert 🚨
@TyrantCNC Glock Sights are coming soon. Head on over to www.TyrantCNC.com and sign up to be notified by email as soon as the pre-order begins.
The manufacturer’s website shows a price of $59.95 underneath the “coming soon” listing, but this number is struck through. It seems likely that this indicates the planned MSRP, but it’s possible that they might offer an introductory or pre-order pricing discount. Only time will tell, so stay tuned to the company’s website and social media channels for more info to come.
What do you think of these new sights, readers? Do they seem like something you’d want to try and/or buy, or not? If you like them, what about these sights appeals to you? If you don’t like them, why not? What would you like to see changed about them? What other sight set makes and models do you like better instead, and why? Please let us know your thoughts in the comments below! See you at the range.
Photos courtesy of Tyrant Designs CNC.
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