Sevigny Performance Sights for the GLOCK 43

Shelley Rae Glock

Looking for more on the GLOCK 43? Check out my original review of the pistol in GunUp the Magazine.

Red clay? Must be in the South.
Red clay? Must be in the South.

I strongly dislike the stock sights that come on GLOCK pistols. Fortunately, there are tons of options out there and, well, this is my option of choice: Sevigny Performance. Designed by this guy you may have heard of: Dave Sevigny. I like to think he knows what he’s doing with this whole gun/sights thing.

They’ve released their sights for the GLOCK 43, and it’s a fun opportunity for me to diagnose what I like so much about them. The first thing to realize is that Sevigny Peformance has a line of sights, so there are different options for competition, carry, etc. For the GLOCK 42 and 43, they’ve created a set of tritium night sights. It’s a two-dot system and it’s glowy.

FullSizeRender FullSizeRender_1How accurate are they? Well, check out these three shots I pulled and the four I didn’t (“That was at 7 yards? Don’t you have Bianchi Cup next week?” Yes, yes, you’ll find me in a ball under that little table by the Practical at the practice range crying.):

I need to shoot more.
I need to shoot more.

So… You can see the sights at night, I love the two-dot system for carry because it’s fast, they’re accurate, and designed by someone who knows what he’s doing. Big fan. They can stay.

Side note: I also have Sevigny Peformance sights on my competition FNS and one of my M&Ps.

7 thoughts on “Sevigny Performance Sights for the GLOCK 43”

    1. I have tried the XS Big Dots, if that’s what you’re asking about. I actually really like them, it’s really quick and easy to get a sight picture. I’m not about to put them on my Bianchi gun, but for a carry set up they’re great.

  1. Hadn’t seen a 2-dot system till now (I don’t do comp shooting), so how do you line them up?

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