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Old 09-16-2018, 01:17 PM
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Default New To Me CS9S - What To Do About Old Sights?

My new to me CS9 has night sights that are no longer glowing.

Question: Are these factory night sights? If yes, who manufactured these for Smith?







Request for advice: What options do I have for either refurbishing these sights by having the glow vials replaced or should the sights be completely replaced?

Any other thoughts or advice for these sights?

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Old 09-16-2018, 01:34 PM
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Trijicon should be able to re-lamp them for $57. Fill out their RMA form - Return Authorization - Trijicon, Inc.
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If you decide not to send it to Trijicon and wish to replace those sights with brand new units, contact member BMCM.

He does excellent work.

Congrats on the CS9. Great little pistol. I carry mine often. Enjoy yours! Regards18DAI
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Those appear to be S&W factory night sights manufactured by Trijicon. As jsbethel posted, Trijicon will re-lamp them with new vials for you at a good price.
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I second 18DAI . BMCM took care of my CS10 , and I so liked his work I sent him my CS9 . You can't go wrong dealing with Bill .
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