Tandemkross Eagle Eye Fiber Optic Sight Set

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At a glance: - Replaces original factory front and rear sights with fiber optic sights - Fully adjustable for windage and elevation - Provides improved visibility and faster sight acquisition Made of the highest grade aerospace aluminum, for long lasting durability. The new pair of fiber optic sights are drop-in upgrades of the original factory sights and provide for rapid and accurate sighting, under all conditions; from 15 - 50 yards! Installation is simple and no permanent modifications to the original hardware are required. Includes: - Fiber Optic Front - Fiber optic Rear - Replacement Eye Rear Peep Sight *Please Note* The new “Eagle Eye” Fiber Optic Sight Set for TaurusTX™ 22 is not compatible with our original Fiber Optic Front Sight for Taurus™ TX22All TANDEMKROSS products are American made and guaranteed for life! Don't forget! All TANDEMKROSS products are Made in the USA and come with a lifetime guarantee! Fits the following model Taurus Firearms: Taurus® 111 G2 Taurus® G2s Taurus® G2c Taurus® G3 TaurusTX™22 TaurusTX™22 Competition FOR G3 MODELS WITH POLYMER FACTORY SIGHTS. WILL NOT WORK ON STEEL SIGHT MODEL.
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    Tademkross Eagle Eye fiber optic.

    Posted by Ronald Bailey on Jul 21st 2022

    Was easy to put on my G2c. A lot easier to pick up than the factory sights. Easy to adjust when sighting in. Time will tell how they hold up in the long run. Had to depend on You Tube videos for installation instructions as no instructions came with the sights. Taurus customer support unresponsive. Appears one is on their own.

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    Posted by Pat on Jul 19th 2022

    They are nice metal replacements for the plastic ones that come stock on the TX22. I initially had a false alarm regarding the installation of the rear sight on the slide because the installation video shows the slide and on a small screen it looked like the slide had holes that would align with the grub screws on the sight base. Upon reviewing the video on a larger screen the perceived holes were actually "gall" marks that were created by a previous installation of the sights apparently! Patience was key on my installation of the rear sight. I used at least 4 sheets of fine sandpaper (180 to 380) to whittle down the base to fit "snuggly" into the slide dove tail. Once done they are great. I think worth the extra money.

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    Posted by Scott Farnsworth on Jul 13th 2022

    I like the product, looks good. The only con is you have to file both edges the press into the G3 with polymer sites. Not an exact fit.