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Thoughts on Hi Viz sights?

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by DesertGuy, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. DesertGuy

    DesertGuy

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    I am thinking about installing some fiber optic sights on a G22. I may well only do the front sight.

    Does anyone have any experience with the Hi Viz brand sights? I really couldn't find a review.

    How sturdy are fiber optic sights? How hard are they to fix if the tube does break.

    Thanks everyone.

    DG
     
    Last edited: Aug 11, 2010
  2. whatsupglock

    whatsupglock

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    Hi Viz is okay. The fiber is really big in diameter so the dot looks HUGE! If you have a front sight tool or wrench they are a breeze to put on. Just use some blue locktight or you will lose the sight. The fibers in the hi-viz are super easy to change. The sight comes with a little tool that allows you to pop the fibers out and replace them easily.

    It's cheap. Try it out. If you don't like it, get something different. I won't buy another hi-viz. Too many other choices that are better. I am a huge fan of the Warren/Sevigny sights, but they cost a lot more money. A hi-viz sight will work with the stock rear sight on your 22. If you go with another type, such as the Warren/Sevigny combos, you will need to change both front and rear sights.
     


  3. AZBru88

    AZBru88

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    I just ordered 4 more front red fiber optic sights from AmerGlo. I love fiber optics and have TruGlo's on all my Glocks except my 17C. I found the AmerGlo's to be thinner and brighter. They are.1" where stocks are .14" wide. I have old eyes the dot and extra light from the thinner front sight let me pick up my target much faster.
     
  4. Rosco Benson

    Rosco Benson Millennium Member

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    The Hi Viz "overmolded" front sights are my favorite. The clear overmold prevents any worries about the fiber optic rod coming out.

    Rosco