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Anyone have heinie night sights on their glock>???

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by Screaming .357G, Jan 1, 2003.

  1. Screaming .357G

    Screaming .357G 598ci big block

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    If so can you please post some clear pics of them.
    Im thinking about getting some for my G31-C and I wanted to compare them with some meprolights I now have on my guns.
     
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  3. Screaming .357G

    Screaming .357G 598ci big block

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    Yea I seen those but I was hoping for one of our guys to give a mini review/pic of them:)

    Any word on what guys on the board think of them???
     
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    hapuna Trusted Member

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    They are nice sights. Get the slant pros as I got the straight 8s and finally had to do my own slanting as I found acquisition of the front sight to take too long with the straights. With the slants its pretty quick and you still get the accuracy of lining up the 8. Mine are on a G23 and it improved my groups significantly.
     
  5. ryucasta

    ryucasta IDPA/IPSC Cuban

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    I have them installed on one of my G22’s, and while they are a good sight they simply don’t work for me. The problem that I have encountered with them is that when I am doing a quick acquisition of the target (IDPA/IPSC Competition) I tend to lock in on the tritium dots and line them up with each other instead of lining up on the top of the front and rear sight when I do that it causes me to shoot low. I'll post a picture later showing the problem.