Best aftermarket adjustable sights for Glock

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by hunter2003, May 19, 2007.

  1. hunter2003

    hunter2003

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    I'm looking for adjustable sights for my G23.

    I don't particularly like the ones Glock sell.

    Anyone have a recommendation for another manufacturer that makes quality adjustable sights?
     
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    Dawson Precision, Novak, MMC and Ameriglo make adjustables for Glocks, as do some others.
     
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    I really like the Dawson Precision Adj/FO sights on my G17...

    They do not overhang the slide, and adjustments make positive "clicks", which I also like.

    I got mine from Custom Glock Racing:

    http://www.gunracing.com/Qstore/Qstore.cgi

    I originally swapped out the red FO for green, but red works better (to my eyes) at our indoor range.

    They are the best target sights I have.

    --Ray
     
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    Check out Custom Glock Racing. I love their race cut sights.
    I have the Bomar adjustable on my G17. Yes it overhangs the rear of the slide but the G17 isn't my carry gun so no big deal.
     
  6. Dean

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    Leave the stock U-boats on as backup sights, and get Crimson Trace.
    All a Glock pistol needs is Crimson Trace laser grips.
    Trust me. :drillsgt:
     
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    RayB Retired Member

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    Unless You Don't Want:

    . To Forego Real Marksmanship
    . Instant-On Activation
    . Always-On Activation
    . To Screw Up Left-Handed Holstering
    . To Change The Grip Angle Of The Gun
    . To Mess With The Aesthetics Of The Gun
    . To Drink The Kool-Aid

    *** NEWS FLASH***

    Mom Buys Crimson Trace! Child Reforms! :holysheep:

    --Ray
     
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    I went with the MMC Adjustables with a 0.090" front sight. This combination works good and allows plenty of light on either side of the FSP. The MMC does not overhang on the slde and the adjustable portion sits inside the housing, acting as protective ears.

    I mostly use this for steel plate shooting with occasional target practice.

    -JD
     
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    I searched and searched for adjustable night sights and finally decided on the Meprolight adjustables. The only other ones I found were Dawson Precision Perfect Impact tritium. I'm sure the Dawson are a fine product, everything they make is. I'm very happy with my Meprolights, though the front sight is pretty high, may not fit in some holsters...

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