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  1. AmeriGlo
    01-22-2009 04:34
    I suggest, for you. the .125" front. For the rear, how about the GL-146 rear? It has .150" notch, yellow lamps, and back outlines around the tritium.
  2. Glock2234
    12-09-2008 12:14
    I am looking for night sights to shoot the S&W IDPA indoor match in February.
    I currently use Dawson Fiber Optic front and adjustable rear on my G-34. I like the red front/green rear contrast. I also like a narrow front sight like the Dawson. I have two G-34s and will switch one to the new sights.
    I really like your green/yellow combination and am sold on the .125 green front.
    My question is more about the rear sight. I need glasses to read, but not shoot because of the fiber optic.
    The .150 rear notch would maintain a similar ratio to what I am used to. The .180 might give me a little quicker pick up of the front sight.
    The other problem with having too many choices is that of the Pro versus the Pro Operator rear. The white outline might help, or it might distract.
    What are your thoughts? I would like to get the gun set up as soon as possible. I have some practicing to do.
    Harry Meyer


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