Click on sections below to reveal answers. Please call or email if you have any questions about availability or which heights or colors are best for your gun, load and situation.
Glock Tritium Rear sight heights:
Glock +1: use the +1 for all 9mm or .40 caliber Glock models.
Glock +2: use the +2 for all .45, 357Sig, and 10mm Glock models.
Glock +3: extra high: custom zero or longer ranges
Springfield XD/XDM/XDS Rear sight heights:
XD +1 similar to the standard “G” marked factory rear height: will work for all 9mm, .40 and .45 XD models.
XD +2 higher rear: similar to factory “H” height
XD +3 Extra high: custom or long range zero
Sig Sauer Rear sight heights:
Sig Sauer +1 similar to Sig factory #8 front and #8 rear: Use on all Sig 9mm and .40 caliber models.
Sig Sauer +2 +2 similar to Sig factory #6 front and #8 rear: Use on all Sig .45, 357 Sig or 10mm models
Sig Sauer +3 extra high for custom or long range zero
Will you be making Speed Sights for other brands?
The plan is to make Speed Sights Diamonds fit all handguns. As above, they are now available for Glock, XD/XDM and Sig Sauer.
High on the list are the 1911’s with Novak cut sights, like the Kimber or M&P; we have also gotten requests for HK; Kahr, Ruger, Beretta and others.
Send us an email with your request, it will help us to know what caliber to do next. Check the website for further production updates.
Check for models now listed in the STORE section of this website.
Are Speed Sights difficult to install?
The Diamond series installs like any other metallic sight. All Speed Sights come with instructions specific to your gun. There are a few tips that are important to know about. Please visit the Installation Tips page for more details or call with your questions.
Can I get a Tritium night sight set for just the front, and have standard, non-Tritium for the Rear?
Yes. You can purchase the front and rear separately so you can customize your sights. You can see what’s available and choose your options in our STORE section.
Are Speed Sights adjustable for windage and elevation?
The rear sights are available in different heights to accommodate different calibers and custom zeros. The Rear sights can all be drifted left or right for windage.
My front sight has gotten coated with powder residue; how should I clean it?
The front sight is armored with a special protective coating that is resistant to solvents and water. Dab it with a Q-tip dampened with water to remove powder residue.
What is your Guarantee?
- If you have a question, we’ll answer it.
- If something breaks during normal use or is defective, we’ll replace it.
- If you’re not happy with your sights within 2 months, return them and we’ll refund the entire purchase price, including the original shipping charge.
All international sales of Speed Sights must be made through our licensed “ITAR” dealer. They have the special export license from the United States government to export Speed Sights under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations. There is an extra 50 dollar fee added to the normal cost of the sights that must be charged to cover the cost of the time, paperwork and other mandated administrative actions needed to follow the ITAR regulations.
Our export policy and ITAR dealer information is below.
The sale, transfer, transportation, or shipment outside of the U.S. of any product prohibited or restricted for export without complying with U.S. export control laws and regulations, including proper export licensing, documentation or authorization, is strictly prohibited and may result in civil penalties and/or constitute a federal crime. Advanced Design / Speed Sights will not engage in any transaction that requires the illegal export of any products and will not assist directly or indirectly with the illegal export or re-export of any products.
ITAR Specialist contact information:
If you would like to purchase Speed Sights for export or from outside the United States please contact:
Interior USA Group, Inc
10015 N. Eldridge Pkwy
Houston, TX 77065-5616
Explanation of ITAR fees from our ITAR specialist:
We would like to explain that exporting gun related parts to foreign countries is tightly controlled by the U.S. Department of State. It is not as simple as just putting the sights in an envelope and mailing it to the user. The paperwork for proper registration and documentation that is required for export is expensive and time consuming. Some of these fees are passed on to the consumer. Basically, our expenses are the same for shipping one set of Speed Sights as it is for 100 firearms. Thank you for your understanding.