The thread on moonlight hunting brought a question to mind.
I have a set of aftermarket express dangerous game sights on my Remington 700 338 Magnum. They were made by XS Sight Systems but apparently no longer. They are nearly identical to the express type combat sights they make for handguns.
The rear sight has a vertical line of tritium facing the eye, while the front has a large white bead with a small dot of tritium in the center. These are without question the best iron sights I've ever used for fast shooting particularly in low light, but with the tritium are they legal for hunting in Alaska?
If not, it's a 2 minute job to take the rear blade & front bead off the factory base/ramp, and put the originals back on...