Clean Rear Blade
Warren rear sights are void of distracting serrations, under cuts, painted lines and odd angles that distract the shooter’s eye from the front sight. All Warren/Sevigny rear sights are based on the principle that cluttered, busy rear blades are distracting. The rear surface on the Warren/Sevigny sights are angled slightly back towards the shooter to eliminate glare. Also, the front of the rear sights have a large radiused cut that allows for one handed slide cycle drills.
The wide notch at .130, allows for an ample amount of light on both sides of the front sight and helps the shooter to see the front sight on the exact spot (focal point) where they want the shot to be placed. With plenty of light around our carry and tritium front sights (at .115 wide) the shooter can easily read when the front sight is on the target, hard cover or a non-threat. Sights that have too narrow of a notch with a wide front sight makes in almost impossible to discriminate between the front sight and where it is on the target.
The wide notch also enhances the shooter’s ability to call the shot. (calling the shot: after the shot is taken, with the ability to easily see the front sight, the shooter can watch the front sight lift off the target during the recoil phase of the shot and then follow it back down and quickly align it with in the rear notch during the recovery phase of the shot.)
All these features combine to give the defensive shooter, the competitive shooter and the law enforcement professional an advantage for fast sight acquisition, target discrimination, shot placement and fast follow up shots.
Scott and Dave readily agreed with the dimensions for the front sights.
All plain carry and tritium front sights are .125 wide and the plain carry sights are serrated with 9o lines per inch (LPI) and the tritium front sights have a green lamp enhanced by a white ring.
All plain competition and fiber optic front sights are .115 wide. the plain competition sights are serrated with 90 LPI. The fiber optic fronts are also serrated and use a .040 diameter rod (with red and green rods included.)
Scott Warren and Dave Sevigny
These sights were designed by two of the top pros in their fields. Scott Warren (24 year veteran of the FBI, serving 19 years on the elite hostage rescue team and top IDPA & USPSA competitor) and Dave Sevigny (USPSA’s top production, IDPA’s top stock service pistol champion and Steel Challenge national champion).
What separates their sights from the rest of the pack is that they were designed by two end users who just wanted something better for themselves. with Scott’s tactical/ real world background, he wanted something that would help with his shooting, threat engagement and fast follow up shots. Sights that would not delay or hinder his ability to position the front sight on a threat, read the sights, then surgically engage that threat and then continue with fast follow up shots.
Scott and Dave became friends, training and competing together long before they designed sights together.
U.S. made, lifetime warranty on all metal parts, Trijicon lamps and heat treated.
Used by many of the USPSA production, IDPA Stock Service Pistol and Glock speed shoot champions, such as Dave Sevigny, Randi Rogers and Bob Vogel.
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