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Lonewolf T.A.S. Sight?

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by TORCHRIDER, Aug 10, 2010.


    TORCHRIDER Wake Up America

    Dec 14, 2008
    Central Texas
  2. AmericanGunWorks

    AmericanGunWorks In IL HELP ME

    That must be newish becuase I've never seen it before.

    Looks cool but its a bit light on the details.

  3. elde

    elde Lifetime Member

    Aug 31, 2008
  4. ck1

    ck1 Some Dude

    May 19, 2009
    These are either a real innovation... or just another gimmick... I won't drop $90 to find out just yet but the concept is interesting. If you see the dot you're aligned, bang, 1 step like a red dot optic... does maybe sound easier than aligning a front blade and rear notch, who knows?
  5. AmericanGunWorks

    AmericanGunWorks In IL HELP ME

    Well if someone IS willing to be the guinny pig I can get that item shipped to your door for $85 even if you pay via paypal gift.

    I'm a lone wolf dealer and they'd ship it direct to you.

    TORCHRIDER Wake Up America

    Dec 14, 2008
    Central Texas
    I think I would be willing to be a guinee pig and post a complete review. How do I go about getting one for $85 delivered?
  7. AmericanGunWorks

    AmericanGunWorks In IL HELP ME

    Just ordered one for a customer. Hopefully they'll chime in here after they get it to offer a review.
  8. rustynail

    rustynail FORR MO

    Feb 22, 2008
    Kansas City
    Ordered some from Zack at American Gun Works (he is a very patient man) when I get them I'll put them on a G17 and shoot a few targets and then on pin night at the range. I like to mess with new stuff and I'm curious as to what the hardcore guys will say. I will let you know what I think and i'm not one of those guys who thinks just cuz I have them thier great, it will be a honest review.
    Any GSSF guys out there think the will be legal?
  9. BravoSix


    Apr 6, 2003
    Portland OR
    Tag...this could be interesting
  10. bdcremer

    bdcremer The No SpinZone

    Apr 8, 2005
    Metro Atlanta, GA
    It reminds me of the sights on the ASP pistol (modified S&W). They seem fast but I wonder if they are accurate out to ranges of 25+ meters. There is always a trade off.
  11. DLL9mm


    Feb 8, 2009
    I don't think they would be legal.
  12. AZBru88


    May 21, 2010
    Fiber optic sights are GSSF legal.These aren't ghostrings just fiber optic front!
  13. Now, which color to order... Red or Green?
    I'm thinking about getting a set of these too.
    Last edited: Aug 12, 2010
  14. TcRoc

    TcRoc Phillies Fan !!

    Jul 23, 2007
    SouthEast, Pa.
    Tagged ,,Always interested in new sight's
  15. TedG

    TedG Infidel USA

    That's a lot of sight hanging on there with a minimal mount. I believe their excessive length will be a potential problem. From where the base is located, in relation to the front of the tubes, there's a lot of leverage for, breaking, bending, or snapping off.

    I'll pass.
  16. forumsurfer


    Jan 30, 2010
    I tagged this one. I'm in need of night sights. I'd like to see if rustynail's review turns out positive. I'm skeptic on these, but I'm anxious to hear someone's hands-on opinions. I want them to be as great as they sound. I just worried that if I practices with these too much, I'd lose my regular sight shooting ability. But if they work, if they're fast, if they're reasonably accurate at distance and if they're sturdy...I may get a set myself.
  17. rustynail

    rustynail FORR MO

    Feb 22, 2008
    Kansas City
    OK guys, put the T.S.A. sights on my g22 with a LW 9mm barrel and shot about 200 rounds. really wanted to like them but just going have to say no. [O HELL NO]
    Positives are few, low profile, easy installation.
    Negatives----- Main one for me is the dot is not bright enough and very hard to see. On the TSA videos the dot looks really bright and easy to see.
    The claim about being faster on target was not the case for me, i had to consentrate on finding the dot and then find the target.
    The idea of using the rear sight only with the dot sounded possible to me because I have a c-more dot and thougt it would be a similar look, not so, once I found the dot not having a front sight reference point you can sill angle the front of the gun off target slightly so the further the target the further off target.
    The sight shot loose in about every 25 rounds, lock tight wouid be a must but the installtion instructions don't suggest any but they do tell you to check them after shooting.
    I doubt these will be available this time next year. JMO

    If anyone would like to try them send me a PM.
  18. forumsurfer


    Jan 30, 2010
    Sorry they didn't work out. I really wanted them to work!