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XS Sights Announces New Booth Location at the SHOT Show and New ‘No Questions Asked’ Warranty

Thursday, January 18th, 2018


Fort Worth, TX (January 16, 2018) – XS® Sights will have a new booth location at the 2018 SHOT Show. The company is moving from the lower level to the main floor of the Las Vegas Sands Convention Center and will be in booth #16054. The booth design is completely new, and XS will be displaying its popular F8 Night Sights, including new F8 models for the Smith & Wesson M&P pistols and SIG SAUER P320 striker-fired pistols.

XS is also implementing a new ‘No Questions Asked Warranty’ for all sights as of January 1, 2018. This new warranty is an effort to provide exceptional customer service and to encourage more people to install their own sights. Given the limited lifespan of tritium, any XS sights with tritium will be backed by a 10-year, no questions asked warranty. After 10 years, XS will replace these sights as needed at a steeply discounted price.

“We want our customers to feel comfortable installing their own sights, and our new ‘No Questions Asked Warranty’ should give them peace of mind that we have their back and will take care of them in the rare case that something goes wrong during the installation process,” said Zack Kinsley, marketing manager for XS Sights. “We value our customers and want to provide outstanding service and support to them.”

The new F8 Night sights are easy to install with a sight pusher and can be filed to fit. XS also includes any specialty tools needed for installation with each sight such as a Glock front sight screwdriver, locktite, and Allen wrenches.

XS Sight Systems – CSAT Weapon Light Glass Assault Tool for Pistol Lights

Tuesday, April 21st, 2015


The CSAT Weapon Light Glass Assault Tool is a very specialized piece of kit, to be sure. Designed by US Army SOF Veteran MSG Paul Howe (USA, Ret), it is essentially a glass breaker attached to the business end of your weapon. Although they also exist for rifle barrels, this model fits to a SureFire X300 weapon light. This means, it’s an integral part of your pistol and an extension of your arms.

There is also a version for the X300 U-boat with its wider bezel as well as the popular Streamlight TLR


Before I get any experts informing me that this won’t work on the new vehicle window safety glass; got it. That glass is so new that few vehicles have it and aside from movie badguys, you don’t run across many that are rolling in a high end 2015 ride. Generally, shitbirds drive crappy cars.