I am looking at the Warren Tactical Plain Rear with Fiber Optic Front sights for my Glock 21 Gen 4.
I would like something that is quick to pick up but also has potential for long range accuracy.
I understand that these sights are designed for speed and more vision to allow you to discern your target better. Will long range pinpoint accuracy suffer with these? (I ask because I will be doing some informal bullseye shooting at 35 yards and want to squeeze out all the potential the G21 can offer)
look into tactical aiming solution i have it on my glock 17 (gen 3) picks
up on targets fast. may not be great for long shots(anything over 30yards)
but not my intentions.
I prefer something that will get the maximum potential fron the gun when it comes to accuracy.
With the factory rear sights I had a problem
Shooting left. I had the rear sight pushed right
And kept shooting left. With my new T. A. C.
Rear sight I'm right on target only thing you have to
Worry about is elevation! Could be more accurate
In my opinion.
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