glock-sightWrenTech Industries, LLC is now offering its new Firefly Night Sight Upgrade for its Advantage Tactical Sight system.

The Firefly night sight will swap out with any of Advantage Tactical’s standard nylon front sights. Built on the same premise of the original Advantage Tactical Sight system using a vertically aligned pyramid sight picture, the Firefly offers ATS customers a night sight system that will literally outlast the purchaser.

The Firefly front sight inserts are made from the latest in chemical and manufacturing technologies to produce the “brightest and longest glow of any night sight on the market today,” WrenTech officials maintain.

Firefly insert upgrades will glow for many hours with a short exposure to a strong light source, for example: 1 minute of strong sunlight exposure for an 8+ hour glow; positioning the firefly 1” to 2” from a 75 watt lamp for 90 seconds for a 6 hour glow.  In addition, when the glow has finally diminished after many hours, just two seconds of a tactical light will bring back the glow for roughly another 90 minutes, officials say.

Glow-pieces-1-350-240“The Firefly Night Sight technology will give tactical, personal defense and target shooters a new advantage in low light to no light conditions, as well as build personal confidence,” Richard Nasef, President of WrenTech Industries, LLC and inventor of the Advantage Tactical Sight, said in a recent press release.

The new Advantage Tactical Firefly Sight Upgrade is available now online for a MSRP of $ 36.00 (package includes 2 Fireflies: yellow spectrum and green spectrum). When purchasing a Firefly Sight with any other Advantage Tactical Sight, the Firefly about is $31.00  but you have to purchase gun sight and the Firefly sight together.

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Lance December 11, 2013 at 1:34 pm

WHat pistols are they made for besides Glocks?????


Matthew Cox December 11, 2013 at 2:08 pm

Lance. If you click on one of the links in the post it will take you to the website which displays a pistols these sights are made for. Sorry I left that out.


moondawg December 12, 2013 at 2:55 am

Looks interesting. Anybody use this sight system?


David knuth December 13, 2013 at 6:41 pm

Tried them. They’re awful.


R Schneeman December 14, 2013 at 11:52 am

What was the problem? They look like they'd work but I've been down that road before.


David Knuth December 14, 2013 at 7:08 pm

They're huge, for one. Like, supressor sight height. For another, they're no quicker to pick up than your standard three-dot sights. They're not all that accurate, either. So, for the cost, you're not getting a lot out of them, since you have to retrain yourself to compensate for the taller sights and the new sight picture/alignment.


R Schneeman December 17, 2013 at 10:36 am

Good points. Thanks.


Rick Maloof January 3, 2014 at 10:40 pm

I love'em. They're he most intuitive, Quick sight I've ever encountered. There good in low light too. Read their website. They explain the science behind them


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