Many nice 1911s have been retired from service due to broken adjustable sights or never used in concealed carry because the adjustable sights were too delicate. Now there's a rear sight on the market that solves those problems, the Harrison Design HD-001. CAD designed to fit the popular mounting cuts for the BoMar BMCS sight, the HD-001 will fit either the Standard cut, or the Deluxe "Pocket" cut. It allows the owner of an existing 1911, equipped with a low mounted BoMar BMCS rear sight, the option of replacing it with an Extreme Service fixed rear sight with features better suited to tactical and self defense use. This is accomplished by the unique two-piece design, which allows the HD-001 to be mounted in both the"Deluxe" box cut as well as the "Standard" open cut. The rugged hidden lug joining the dovetail base to the sight body makes this sight more than adequate for hard-use service. Sharp, snaggy corners have been eliminated by the fully radiused design.The forward face of the blade has a squared-off shoulder that allows properly trained personnel, one-handed operation for malfunction clearance. Faster target acquisition is possible, thanks to a wider rear notch of .140" wide x .125" tall, allowing more visible light into sight picture. The sight’s design allows a minimum of .030"windage adjustment in each direction, creating the ability to correct for roughly 3" of error at 20 yards. CNC machined from bar stock and Made inthe USA!
Fits 1911 pistols with BoMar style adjustable sight equipped models with "Pocket Cut" style sight cut such as Les Baer, SVI, Nighthawk, Ed Brown and pre-2014 production STI. See HD-006 & HD-007 for additional BoMar applications.
Does NOT fit Kimber pistols with factory-installed adjustable sights.
Does not fit 2014 and newer production STI pistols that use LPA adjustable sights
If you are uncertain if your pistol has BoMar style sights, please contact me at john@HarrisonCustom.com and send me a side-view picture of your sight & slide. I'll be glad to help!
Please Read and Print Out Installation Instructions and Zeroing / Locking Down Instructions, located in the Instructions Section