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Probably Not.  Your optic has multiple settings for you to choose the correct brightness for any situation. Most people tend to set the reticle brightness too high, which will cause a halo.  It should be just bright enough to see without distracting you or unnecessarily obscuring your target.

The tritium in night sights, Mepro FT Bullseyes, or in the Mepro M21 or Mepro MOR cannot be replaced or recharged. The sight or optic will still work just fine in lit conditions, but will not illuminate in low or no light conditions.

For the commercial market - Night sights and optics have a 12-year warranty on the tritium illumination. There is a one-year warranty on manufacturing defects for all other elements in our sights and optics.

For Government entities - as agreed between the parties

Our tritium illuminated night sights and optics should last about 15 years before the tritium naturally degrades.

We offer direct purchases to USA customers on our online store. To purchase our products online, please visit one of our online retail partners (listed at the bottom of the Dealer Locator page). 

Choose the Dealer Locator option on our website to find a US dealer near you. You can also ask your local retailer to contact us to become a direct Meprolight Dealer. If you wish to buy our aiming solutions online, we have listed our online business partners on the bottom of the Dealer Locator page.

You can also contact one of our Partners, or contact us directly.

Our website has the What is Your Aim advanced search engine that shows you the best desired aiming solution for your firearm. If you still need a recommendation about which of the aiming solutions listed are best for you, give us a call us at 717-985-4488 and select the technical support option.

The tritium in night sights, FT Bullseyes, or in the Mepro M21 or Mepro MOR cannot be replaced or recharged. The sight or optic will still work just fine in lit conditions, but will not illuminate in low or no light conditions.