Fits shotgun models 870, 1100 & 1187.
Trijicon Bright & Tough Night Sights are three-dot iron sights that increase night-fire shooting accuracy by as much as five times over conventional sights. Equally impressive, they do so with the same speed as instinctive shooting - and without the need for batteries. Housed in a metal body and cushioned within silicone rubber, Bright & Tough Night Sights feature a unique shock-resistant design. Each lamp is capped with a sapphire jewel to help evenly distribute the light while protecting the lamp from solvents and puncture. Contained within aluminum cylinders for additional protection, the lamps are mounted on silicone rubber cushions to withstand shock and heavy recoil. Green lamps are warranted for 12 years from the date of manufacture.
Professional installation recommended.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Good solid sight system.
I bought these sights for a Remington 1100 tac-2. Installation of the front sight is simple enough, file down the factory bead sight a little and glue on the new one. Fairly hard to mess this one up with the instructions. The rear sight required a gunsmith to drill and tap the receiver. The Rem. 1100 tac-2 is already drilled and tapped for an optics rail, but this sight mounts behind the rail. Trijicon make sights with orange, yellow, and green illuminated dots. I received green which are the brightest and are warrantied seven years longer than the orange and yellow, for a total of 12 years. These sights are straight forward well constructed unlike some of the other ghost ring sights on the market with exaggerated protection fins. These are not the cheapest but they are from the most expensive—a great buy for someone who want just some high-quality shotgun sights.
really like this sight
This sight is relatively easy to install if you have some general mechanical ability. I had to drill and tap the receiver…which was easy. I don't know what a gunsmith would charge, but it's a great reason to buy an inexpensive drill press for close to the same price. The instructions are easy to follow, be sure to read them. Tip: drill the rear hole first, and then mark the front hole for drilling. The sights are incredible at night. I gave a rating of4 instead of a five because ears might be nice around the front sight. It's more like a 4.5 rating. There are other sights JUST LIKE THIS ONE; I'D GET THIS ONE!!!
Trijicon RE04 is Accurate
These Remington 870 shotgun sights are excellent, Easy to get a good sight picture, and I had my gunsmith install the sights.
These Trijicon 870 sights are a must
. These Trijicon 870 sights are a must-have. I would recommend them to anyone of my friends and colleagues (and I have).
870 night sights
This was one of many parts I put on my 870 and one of the most practical. Note, take a look at the AGI Video "Building the Fighting Remington 870" Video first. There is a difference in the receiver profile on the 870, and this is discussed in the video. I found out the hard way.
Must have for any tactical shotgun build
If you have or plan on installing a pistol grip stock to your shotgun, this is the sight to go with. The green rear sight is not overpowering in the dark. I also recommend having your gunsmith drill and roll pin the front sight if possible.
Trijicon night sights for Rem 870
These are great quality sights that give an instant sight picture in both bright and low light conditions. The ghost ring visually disappears as your eye focuses on the front sight. The front dot glows strong and the back 2 dots glow softly so they don't compete with the front dot. Use a skilled gunsmith to mount these sights and I recommend that in addition to gluing the front sight that you also add a small roll pin through the existing base. My gunsmith mentioned that my new tactical model 870 didn't have much thickness to tap in the screws for the back sight (2 threads). He also glued the screw threads for the back sight, along with the bases of both sights, after he sandblasted the precise area of the barrel and receiver where the sights were mounted.