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Posted: 2/25/2001 4:41:54 PM EDT
Does anyone know of a source for a tritium front sight blade for a Mossberg 690?
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 5:02:50 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 2/25/2001 6:02:17 PM EDT by Cope]
Submariner, There are plenty of em around. Does yours have the ghost rings, or plain bead? I know you aren't gonna beleive this, but I just bought a brand new screw in Meprolight tritium sight bead less than an hour ago in an auction for $20. I can't seem to locate a factory page for Meprolight. [img]http://www.forthehunt.com/pixhost/2001-02-18/POCKETPISTOL_982982867_sg.jpg[/img] Try these for a starter, and let me know what you decide. [url]http://www.ptnightsights.com/[/url] [url] http://www.truglosights.com/products/index.html[/url] [url]http://www.trijicon-inc.com/[/url] Good luck, Joe
Link Posted: 2/25/2001 8:32:10 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Cope: I know you aren't gonna beleive this, but I just bought a brand new screw in Meprolight tritium sight bead less than an hour ago in an auction for $20. I can't seem to locate a factory page for Meprolight.
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Cope, I have one of these Meprolight beads. It comes threaded for a Remington barrel so you'll need to retap the threads in the barrel. I think the specifics about the threads were included on a little insert sheet in the packaging.
Link Posted: 2/28/2001 5:02:05 AM EDT
A.O. Sights (formerly Ashley Outdoors prior to a messy buy out) makes a tritium big dot front bead sight for some Mossbergs. I do not have one, but have AO sights on several other firearms and HIGHLY RECOMMEND them.
Link Posted: 2/28/2001 5:23:03 AM EDT
Whoa! Wait a minute. I highly recommend Hi-viz or Truglo. They are cheap, easy to replace, you can change colors, and if there is ANY ambient light, ie enough for sufficient target identification, they will shine brighter than the background. They snap on if you do not have a vent. rib. I have one on my 500USA and love it. Besides, it looks kinda cool. Now if your problem is a total power failure in the pitch dark of a submarine...then maybe trij is the thing!
Link Posted: 2/28/2001 5:26:49 AM EDT
Whoops. I'm an idiot. I bet you have the 50668 that comes with ghost rings and a blade already installed. If so, Never mind! If you have the 50665 with the plain barrel, than I'd go with Tru-glo.
Link Posted: 2/28/2001 6:54:13 AM EDT
I thought Meprolight was under the name Hesco but could not get that link but this one should help [url]http://www.infomedia.co.il/Companies/S/SCOPUSLLM.htm[/url]
Link Posted: 2/28/2001 6:59:59 AM EDT
Won't let me edit. Ignore that link as it is missing a character. The correct link is: [url]www.infomedia.co.il/Companies/S/SCOPUSLLM.html[/url]
Link Posted: 2/28/2001 7:31:56 AM EDT
Hoplophile [b]Cope, I have one of these Meprolight beads. It comes threaded for a Remington barrel so you'll need to retap the threads in the barrel. I think the specifics about the threads were included on a little insert sheet in the packaging[/b] I should know this afternoon if will work or not. I'm kinda reluctant to retap the barrel, so I may be putting this thing up for sale if it doesn't work out. Could anyone use this bead on their Remington? Sometimes ya win, sometimes you go to plan B. Thanks for the info. Joe
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