Yes is definitely the tritium version the 2020 LE OR model I'm looking at purchasing so I was curious how bright the tritium is inside the XS sight and how well they hold up as well.Just checking. Do you have a true LE version that comes with Meps NS or so you have the newer 2020 OR model? Is you have the factory true mep NS. They are really good in my opinion. They just don’t have a contrasting front color as you know like the Trijicon’s. If you have the other it’s basically a glow in the dark (only for a bit, ok in daylight, zero good as a true NS) sight. The Meps. I like them a lot. But if I had to chose or a put new NS on. I personally always go Trijicon HD’s.
Gotcha. Ignore my other comment then about the “glow in the dark ones”. Yes, what you have are good sights! I do however personally prefer the Trijicon HD’s but I see zero need to change them until you feel they are losing their prime years down the road.Yes is definitely the tritium version the 2020 LE OR model.
Thanks I understood what you meant I use to have one of the VP9 with photoluminescence sights and I had another with the meps, but the one I'm considering to buy now is the 2020 LE model for $759. XS tritium sights, optic cut and 3 magazines.Gotcha. Ignore my other comment then about the “glow in the dark ones”. Yes, what you have are good sights! I do however personally prefer the Trijicon HD’s but I see zero need to change them until you feel they are losing their prime years down the road.
Great info thank you I believe the $759 before tax isn't a bad price (optic cut, 3 mags and night sights) I was thinking it is almost pre-covid pricing isn't it? I can't remember exactly what I paid for a VP9 with meprolite sights when the VP9 first came out but I believe it was around $700 or so. I'm really considering going ahead with the purchase but one of my biggest issues right now is ammo or rather the lack of ammo.I just got the model you’re speaking of, and I think the XS nights are fantastic. I actually like them better than the meps. Prices are high here, too...but I was also good with it as I was finding something that was in stock! I really like the day time sight picture of the XS’, too.
VP9L OR models with the XS suppressor height sights have no rear dots, they use a serrated blackout rear which is preferred for this type of thing.The XS tritium sights are very good. The front dot is quite bright and is noticeably brighter than the rear dots, resulting in good contrast between the front and rear sights.