After answering requests from many customers for a rugged fixed night sight to fit the popular TRP Operator, I'm proud to introduce the HD-006-T1 Extreme Service rear sight. CAD designed and CNC 3-D machined specifically to fit the Springfield TRP Operator as well the standard BoMar cut. It allows you the option of replacing your delicate adjustable rear sight with an Extreme Service fixed rear sight with features better suited to tactical and self defense use. This sight features a rugged one-piece design. Sharp, snaggy corners have been eliminated by the fully radiused design.The forward face of the blade has a squared-off shoulder that allows properly trained personnel, one-handed operation for malfunction clearance. Faster target acquisition is possible, thanks to a wider rear notch of .140" x .125", allowing more visible light into sight picture. The sight’s design allows full range of windage adjustment in each direction. CNC machined from bar stock and Made in the USA!
The rugged HD-006-T1 Extreme Service fixed rear night sight is equipped with a single genuine Trijicon tritium lamps installed below the sight notch, creating the popular "Over & Under" night sight picture. The "Stealth Dot" lamp is installed below flush to minimize the glow from your tritium lamp in dark environments reducing the chance your position may be revealed. The below flush lamp installation also has the benefit during daytime use of not showing the lamp as a glaring silver rimmed circle that confuses your sight picture and distract your focus from the front sight.
Fits the Springfield TRP Operator pistol and other Springfield 1911 pistols with adjustable night sights.
Fits Colt Special Combat Gov't, recent production Gold Cup and other pistols with factory installed BoMar standard cut sights.
Does NOT fit Kimber pistols with factory-installed adjustable sights.
If you are uncertain if your pistol has BoMar style sights, please contact me at john@HarrisonCustom.com and I'll be glad to help!
Please Read and Print Out Installation Instructions and Zeroing / Locking Down Instructions, located in the Instructions Section