"Claw" Sights for Your Handgun and One-Handed Manipulation


Rob Pincus of I.C.E. Training has developed some new rear sights and is working with Ameriglo to get them out to the "shooting public". They're designed to help you manipulate the slide one-handed. There are a lot of different ways to chamber a round or put a pistol back into battery - I've seen them racked off a duty belt, a rigger's belt, LBE, the back of a boot, you name it. The 'Claw Emergency Manipulation Sights' are designed to make that effort more efficient. The front face is concave, to create an edge that will significantly improve the 'grab' of a one handed slide rack over traditional sights and they also feature a wide (.18") notch for fast front sight acquisition. As you can see from these picture, only a few have been blued yet. It's a work in progress but things are progressing very quickly. The initial production run will be for Glocks, after which they'll add S&W M&Ps, then another breed of pistol and so on

Close-up of a Claw Emergency Manipulation rear sight.

Comparison of sights.

A new batch of Claw Emergency Manipulation Sights, unblued.

In the meantime, shop at the new I.C.E. Training on-line store (http://dggtaser.com/I-C-E-Training/) and enter the code ICECREW for a 20% discount through Thursday. They carry training videos, holsters, clothing, optics and numerous other accessories.

That's all for this morning, more soon. It's Monday. Go forth and conquer.

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