Dawson Precision Taurus 1911 Fixed Carry Fiber Optic Rear Sights

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Fiber Optic
Carry Fixed Rear
Perfect Impact Guarantee


Is there really a difference with Dawson Precision sights? You bet there is! While other sights give off a hazy glow making it difficult to focus, DP sights offer you the sharpest picture. We counterbore the blade so the optic is recessed. This subtle difference focuses the light in the sight making it not only brighter, but clearer. A fully cradled optic provides a longer optic lifespan.


  • Counter Bored Optic Keeps Sight Picture Clear and Bright
  • Dark Shadow Serrations Blackout Blade and Enhance Optic
  • Extra Optic Included - Both Red and Green
  • Easy to Install - Tools and Instructions Included


Dont Forget The Loctite

Loctite is not included so make sure to grab some Loctite 262 Threadlocker. Works on front and rear Glock sights.

If you need any guidance installing your sights, check out our full installation walkthrough videos.

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  1. Obviously proud American craftsmanship.

    Posted by Dennis Nichols on Jul 20th 2018

    I recently bought the fiber optic rear sight, (.290) and a .180, and .215 fiber optic front sights for my Taurus 1911 that was shooting 4" low with the stock .150 front, and .290 rear sights. It corrected the point of impact beautifully with the .215 front blade. (I shoot Speer Lawman 200gr. FPFMJ's). However, despite the tremendous American craftsmanship and beautiful fit, function, I had to switch to Williams sights because of the fiber optic diameter size. Dawson sights are tremendous, and better made but they are target sights, an .030 dia. fiber optic rod. The Williams sights use an .060 dia. fiber optic rod.
    After 30 yrs as a welder, I just couldn't see the .030 rods.