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Best Sights to Help Eyesight Problem

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by CrackerKen, Jul 8, 2010.

  1. CrackerKen

    CrackerKen

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    I don't know where else to post this question.

    I wear tri-focal glasses. When I shoot, I get the best sight picture through the middle portion of the tri-focal. When I get the best sight picture, the target, 15 yds and more, is somewhat fuzzy. It's not so bad I cannot see it, but not to my liking. If I use the top portion of my tri-focals and try to get a clear picture of the target, my sights are too fuzzy.

    Question: Is there a type of after market sights that my help address the problem I'm having? What I'd rather do, is have a clear picture of my target, and have sights that can be seen easy enough to get a clear sight picture.

    Any advice will be appreciated.
     
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    Thanks much. I notice that there are two models at the link you provided. One is +0 and the other is +1. How do they differ?

    Do these work somewhat like a peep sight on a military rifle? Just wondering what the sight picture looks like.
     
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    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    The +0 is intended for use with 9/4/357 guns except the 26,27,33
    The +1 is intended for use with 10/45 guns and the 26,27,33

    Yep, just like the rifle sight..... Except they are on your Glock!