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Aftermarket sights not night sights question

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by JackDRipper, Feb 16, 2011.

  1. JackDRipper

    JackDRipper

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    I'm not interested in night sights but would like some steel sights for my G21. Any suggestions?
    Thanks,
    JR
     
  2. Dave.1

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  3. voyager4520

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    If you want three-dot steel non-night sights, Ameriglo and Trijicon both make them. I don't know if Glock still makes them, but they used to make steel non-night sights. The Glock-brand are not three-dot though, they're U-dot.
     
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  4. EKUJustice

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    Dawson, Sevigney sights, novak all good sights. Right now I have the dawsons on a competition gun and the novak on a carry gun
     
  5. dkf

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    Ameriglo has several options including fiber optic, painted and luminescent front sights along with several options for rear sights.
     
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  6. RayB

    RayB Retired Member

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    A little more information would be helpful...

    - How's Your Eyesight?
    - Do You Want Black Iron Sights?
    - Is most of Your Shooting Indoors or Outdoors?
    - Is the Gun Routinely Holstered?
    - Is this Primarily a Target Gun?
    - Is Concealed Carry a Possibility?
    - Is the Gun Used for Competition Shooting?
    - Would You Consider Fiber Optics?
    - Is this a Bedside Weapon?

    --Ray