Ameriglo Spartan Sights (Elite LTT, M9A3)
Ameriglo Spartan Sights for the 92 Elite LTT! These sights have a blacked out tritium in the rear and tritium in the front with an orange ring. They work on the 92A1, 92X Series (Vertec and Elite LTT Slides in Full-Size and Compact).
Available as a set or Front Sight Only. If you want the Front Sight Only on the 92 Elite LTT, you must combine with a Wilson Combat Battlesight Rear (.300 or .305 "Les Pep") for proper Point of Impact. The Front Sight ONLY will not work on the 92X Series pistols. These will not work on a Brigadier Tactical slide.
Please choose the "Installed by LTT" option if you are purchasing a 92 Elite from us and want the sight(s) installed prior to shipping.
SIGHT HEIGHT MEASUREMENT:
Front sight height: .235", width: .140"
Rear Sight height: .300"
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I just had my spartan sights installed on my LTT 92G Compact and they are great. The orange front sight really jumps out at you and is quite visible.
Had them installed on my new 92x, these are very nice night sights. Worth every penny.
This sights are super bright! I get them for my Beretta 92 x Centurion and Beretta 92 x full size. This sights are much better than factory one, plus they are night sights also. Can't go wrong with this.
Added this front sight to my LTT 92 compact. It illuminates brightly in the dark and the red ring is perfect for quick targeting at the range. I was going to buy the set, but they were currently out of the combo. Happy they were cause I matched it with the Wilson (that was recommended) and it looks great and still has the quick front target sight that I preferred. Good quality, and perfect for a carry weapon.
Nice!! Wish I could get them for a Brigadier
I bought these to replace the stock sights on my LTT when the fiber optic rod fell out of them. They don't have any parts that can come loose as far as I can tell and have a similarly easy to pick up sight picture to the stock sights. The night sights are very bright and easily visible in the dark. Overall I think the LTT stock sights are probably a better choice for well-lit competition and range use, but for any other applications these sights have superior versatility.