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Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by nforest, Sep 2, 2011.
How should night sights that no longer glow be disposed of?
Anyone have any ideas?
throw them away get new ones. See if anyone needs any sites for whatever gun you had the night sites on.
You could always just give them to me...
you really want some night sights that don't work?
If you need old, almost dead Trijicon sights for a P228 let me know, I might have a set still
meh even if the night sights die, they still work perfectly fine as a 3 dot sight.
Mail them to Japan? They have tons of RadCon experience.
Ooooooooh too soon man, too soon!
Yes they do!
And yes I do...
Well as soon as I upgrade, ill offer them up.
We have been taking quite a bit of it here in North America, too.. it's been covered up
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Get them recharged? Many companies that sell tritium sights can put new compound in them for you. Cheaper than getting new sites even.
If you don't just give them to me like I suggested then this is the intelligent and correct answer as far as Im concerned...!
for some reason I would have never thought of that. Thanks!
The warranty on my night sights has expired. Can I get them recharged?
Tritium can not be 'recharged', however, we can replace the lamps for a nominal fee. Please contact our Customer Service Department for return and payment instructions.
Night Sights FAQ's - Trijicon, Inc.
Good to know...