Durable Handgun Sights

Machined from a Solid Block of 7075 T6 Aluminum Alloy

7075 T6 Alloy is used extensively for firearms parts and in the aerospace industry.

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“I have put over 15,000 rounds through the front sight…it’s still as bright as the day I first got it…I probably have over 75,000 rounds through the rear sight and they are also still bright”

Professional protection team leader, Speed Sights field evaluator
The Diamond series is machined from a solid block of 7075 T6 Aerospace Certified Aluminum Alloy.

7075 T6 is used for military and civilian aircraft, missle components and many gun parts such as hand guards, frames and other components.

“Applications: Aircraft fittings, gears and shafts, fuse parts, meter shafts and gears, missile parts, regulating valve parts, worm gears, keys, aircraft, aerospace and defense applications; bike frames, all terrain vehicle (ATV) sprockets.”

7075 T6 has a rated hardness greater than many common steels. (Brinell 150) The sights are then Mil-Spec Anodized for durability and corrosion resistance.

The large colored sighting elements are a proprietary blend of highly reflective pigment that is then armored with a coating resistant to water, oil and solvents.

The sighting elements are also completely encased by metal, with the front sight being actually recessed slightly, to protect against scrapes and blows.

One customer recently called in and described how his gun had suffered a drop from about 3 feet onto a ceramic covered concrete floor. Although one side of the rear sight was dented, the sighting element, and sight picture, were undamaged.

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Why Choose Speed Sights?

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What you can see, you can correct. Similar to training with a laser, Speed Sights gives your eyes the high precision, intense visual feedback they need to know instantly whether your lined up with the target or not. Speed Sights “trains you brain” more efficiently.

No matter what your current skill level, Speed Sights can bring you closer to really “shooting your best”.


Our 3 diamond “point to point” system offers a razor sharp, instinctive pattern that locks together instantly

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Speed Sights for Glock


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Speed Sights for Walther


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Speed Sights for XD


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Speed Sights for S&W


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Speed Sights for Sig Sauer


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Premium Quality Night Sights

highest visibility night sights
Ordinary sights leave a “dead zone” where only the small tritium dot is visible in decreasing light. The much larger Diamond surface on the Speed Sights can be clearly seen even when it’s dark enough for the tritium to also be fully visible.

Our tritium lamps are freshly installed by Trijicon* corporation, the leading supplier of tritium weapons sights.

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High Visibility Weapon Sights

made and assembled in the USA
Speed Sights patented “No Guess” system gives you what you need to stay on target, even during high stress, rapid fire situations.

Advanced Design and Engineering is an American company created by shooters like you. Our products are inspired by our desire to shoot our best and give the same kind of service we appreciate when we shop for firearm products. Our premium weapons sights are manufactured and assembled in the USA and are backed by a no questions asked warranty.

  • Concealed Carry
  • Competition
  • Law Enforcement
  • Military
  • Self Defence
  • Target Shooters
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Combat Proven

diamonds for the rough
Dave Spaulding, founder of RACS training, a 28 year LE veteran, wrote up the results of his 6 month field test of the Diamond Speed Sights, which he described as:

“They really stand out during that transitional time when it’s too dark to see your sights clearly but it’s too light to really see the tritium, or when going suddenly from a bright environment into a much darker one when the eyes must adjust. These sights…might very well be the future of combative handgun sights”