Lakeline Fiber Optic Front Sight
Your Taurus One-Stop Shop
A lot better then factory sights
Sights are a great upgrade to the Taurus sights. Had to use sandpaper to take the paint off the bottom of the sight to get it to slide in. Instructions are really needed or a link to the TK video showing installation.
Nice sight, had to file a little but fit fine. Instructions would be nice, still don't know how to install the peep sight
I definitely recommend this site since Taurus cannot make an accurate site for the TX22. I tried going through customer service explaining that the factory site that came with my TX22 shoots high left but that proved to be worthless. But this site will significantly help the TX22. Too bad you have to pay $75 to improve a new gun
I purchased this for a g2c was worried at first but it’s just a really tight fit. Only thing is the right red fiber is a little darker then the left one other than that it’s nice and I can pick up the sites way better then the stock factory one.
PROS, great for my old eyes, not bad to install, love the contrast of colors, easy to adjust, tall enough for a suppressor although I use a linier comp. CONS, rear sights have had to be fitted on both sets I have installed so take your time and be careful. I RECOMMEND THESE HIGHLY TO EVERYONE WHO WANTS FIBER OPTIC SIGHTS.
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.
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.