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Warren Tactical Comp Sight Question...Please help

Discussion in 'GSSF' started by dgbee456, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. dgbee456


    Nov 11, 2008
    I recently bought a glock 34, I installed the Warren Comp Sights, with a .245 Front F.O.

    I went to the range today and I was shooting too low out to about 60 feet.

    I really bought these for Purposes of GSSF and IDPA.
    Would I be better off with the shorter .215 Fiber Opt Front sight?

    These distances would be about 5 to 20 Yards...

    Please help me out here
    I am shooting mostly 124gr and want to shoot 147gr 9mm with these...
  2. sciolist


    Nov 11, 2009
    My experience is that the .245 front is way too tall. I use a .205 x .105 Dawson front with my Warren rear. It's almost dead on at 20 yards - prints right above the post, which works best for me.

    Different strokes/different folks, but what’s the point of having the FO at POI on a 30-yard head shot? Your post is a wide as the head. On easy targets you can still put the dot at POI, if that’s faster – but I think center hold is more intuitive with irons on a pistol.

  3. Justin1911


    Feb 5, 2006
    Northeast GA
    yep I have the .215 on nearly everything from 17, 34, 17L and 21 POA/POI is good. Actually I only needed the .245 height on my 26