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quick question for you guys...

Discussion in 'Band of Glockers' started by theTactician, Apr 22, 2007.

  1. Hi! im back again..thinking of doing something/buying something for my glock. Im thinking of buying a trijicon red dot sight for my glock 38 (45 GAP). is it good? how much is it? do i need some gunsmithing to install the red dot sight on my glock like bore holes in it?:)

    any inputs? suggestions?
     
  2. Eye Cutter

    Eye Cutter Moderator

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    doc, red dot or tritium night sights?

    red dot as in cmore, oko or aimpoint?
     


  3. G19cPH

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    Try Docter,Firepoint for easy installation.
     
  4. the red dot, which looks like a scope, not the tritium night sights.
     
  5. iMD

    iMD Young Member

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  6. Eye Cutter

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  7. what about if i just choose to get a glock taclight with laser? the gtl21 or 22? i know that using lasers is a tactical disadvantage coz it gives away your position in low light. wala lang, i just thought of buying an accessory for my glock 38. what do you think guys?
     
  8. 9MX

    9MX Rei!

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    hmmm...as long as it makes you happy:thumbsup:
     
  9. Kaiser Soze

    Kaiser Soze Notorious

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    I don't like the Glock light with laser, neither the laser or the light are good performers. If you want a laser, go for Crimson Trace grips. If you want a light, nothing beats SureFire. I also agree with them, Docter sights are the best pistol optics you can buy, but be prepared to shell out a nice sum (30k or so) if you even find them. They are rare, even online.

    If you want a laser/light combo, go for either the Streamlight or the Blast 2 by Laser Products. Both are in the 20k up range. Crimson Trace Grips are in the 20-27k price range.
     
  10. ok. im gonna try the crimson trace grips.