Defense Henning Group’s “Battlehook Sight” Recoil Staff June 27, 2014 0 COMMENT The Battlehook Sight are described as having a full, rear wide opening target sight with the advantage of a low profile sight on the top. The rear sight is beveled on the forward end to make it easier to rack the slide off a belt, boot or other piece of equipment. According to the specs on their website, the Battlehook‘s 3 unique features include – a 10 degree forward angle, rear blades equipped with 40 LPI low glare serrations and a rear blade that extends over the your slide. The Battlehook is made from 4140 high-tensile steel with a black scratch-proof finish. The .259” dovetail cut makes the fit very tight and difficult to put on, but also means it won’t come off easily. Two 6-32 screws attach the sights to your Glock, ensuring it “…stays on for a lifetime”. There are 2 different widths to choose from when purchasing a Battlehook- 150” and 180”. The 180” width is also called the Ultra Carry and according to Henning Group it “…gives you a super fast sight picture for concealed carry purposes”. Height wise, there are 3 choices to fit various Glock models. The Battlehook starts at MSRP of $114.95. Henning Group was founded by Henning Walgreen in 2006. The company has since developed custom parts for Glock, Smith and Wesson, 1911, Springfield XD, Tanfoglio, and AR Rifles. They are registered with the US Dept. and the ATF as a Firearms Manufacturer and Exporter and distribute around the world. They are based out of Longmont Colorado. To see more about the Battlehook Sight you can visit Henning Group’s website or Battlehook’s Facebook page. No, we don’t know if that’s a dog or a mountain lion at 1:15 but we’re guessing it’s a beast of the canine variety.