Night sights for a Beretta 92 F Inox

Discussion in 'Semi-Auto Handguns' started by Don Davis, Jan 10, 2010.

  1. Don Davis

    Don Davis New Member

    I've been searching for night sights for my new 92F Inox.

    Has anyone had any experience with these??

    Do they make and adjustable version of this sight?

    Meprolight Tru-Dot Tritium Night Sights - BERETTA 92F

    SKU: ML10662
    Tritium Night Sights for Beretta 92F. Designed for M92 pistols with an integral front sight. This front sight mounts over the top of the existing sight and is then pinned in place. Drilling the pin hole in the front sight is required. $74.99

    Comments - good or bad?

    Does it change the POI at all?

    Thanks for any help.

    Don Davis
  2. Lindenwood

    Lindenwood New Member

    Fixed link:
    Meprolight Tru-Dot Tritium Night Sights - BERETTA 92F - Top Gun Supply

    I don't know about those specific sights but I've heard good things in general about the drill-and-pin sights for the Beretta and Taurus 92s. I don't know how common it is for dovetail sights to be sized out of spec, so I can't comment on the fitment of the rear sight or its ability to stay in place. Though, similarly, I don't think Ive ever heard of a problem with solid dovetail sights for these guns.

  3. Don Davis

    Don Davis New Member

    +1 Lindenwood

    Thanks for your input.

    I decided to buy the Meprolight night sights.

    I've learned a lot since I started trying to solve this problem about adding night sights to my 92F.

    I've learned that Meprolight Tru-Dot Tritium Night Sights are made in Israel . They supply big Military and Police contracts all over the world.

    Their sole distributor in USA is Kimber and if you buy a Kimber with night sights on it - they are Meprolight sights.

    I called around to several gunsmiths in the Dallas area and visited one that was doing a 92F night sight job right now.

    The installation looked great and the Meprolight sights looked larger and brighter to me (not scientific, took my carry gun w/ Trijicon & the worked on 92 F into a closet :D)

    So I wanted to share this with everyone so they can make a informed decision and buy what they want.