Hiviz Litewave & Rear Sight Set – VP, P30 Green & Orange

(1 customer review)


HiViz Litewave H3 Tritium/Litepipe sights combine the latest and greatest Tritium and Litepipe technology for amazing illumination in any light condition. Now you can have the best performance whether you are on the range at high noon, or having to break a critical shot in the dead of night, the Litewave H3 has you covered.

Tritium has a half-life of up to 12 years according to the date stamp on the actual sights.

These sights are housed in a durable steel housing and feature a matte black finish.

Specifications and Features:

  • HiViz Litewave H3 Tritium/Litepipe Sight Set
  • Sight visibility in all light conditions
  • Ultra-bright encapsulated Tritium
  • Factory sight heights
  • All steel construction
  • Fits standard holsters
  • Patented technology
  • Matte Black Finish

Compatible with:

  • HK VP9, VP9SK, VP9 Tactical, VP40. VP40 Tactical (Excluding VP9 Optics Ready)
  • HK P30, P30L,
  • HK45, HK45 Tactical,
  • HK 45 Compact, HK45CT


  • Condition: new
  • Origin: USA
  • Section: Pistol Slide Parts
  • Brand: Hi-Viz
  • Type: Sights
  • Sub-Type: Complete

In stock

SKU: HKP-18927 Tag:

Additional information

Weight 1 oz

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  1. Nathan Z

    Awesome sight set! Highly Recommend!

    Nathan Z (verified owner)

    I absolutely love these sights, they made a huge difference over the factory standard and have held up well to all lighting conditions I’ve thrown at them. The only thing I’ve come across thus far is if you’re shooting with the sun behind you the front sight will still be bright and visible, but it looses the yellow color and just appears orange but you still have good visibility for quick target acquisition. Make sure and take the time to read the bright red, bold text on the back of the package that instructs you on how to use a sight pusher (if using). I was a little overly excited and pushed the front sight from the blade instead of the dovetail, and now have a small dent on the front of the sight as a result, luckily it’s still straight and didn’t do more damage. No one’s fault but my own and I know from some of the reddit threads I got off lucky too.

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