I hadn't thought about it, but NVG's usually catch natural light, so to be honest I can't be honest with you. IMO I think the sights would glow to brightly to be of any use. Just switch to Infrared (IR), you can have your own personal spotlight that no one else can see, that is if they don't have NVG's that are IR capable...
Of all the NVG's I've ever used sights on a pistol would be absolutely useless. Anything in the first like 8-10 feet is usually blurry as hell no matter how focused you get them. And I haven't used cheap $300 magazine units. I'm talking $9k-60k military NVG's.
I have qual'd a few times with NVG's and a PEQ2 on the rifle, The tritium will probably cause a halo in your field of vision because its too bright at arms length from the NOD's lens. But, its been so long since I've used cool guy stuff so take that for what its worth... :?
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