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Brightest night site

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by Dogman 10x, Jul 17, 2011.

  1. Dogman 10x

    Dogman 10x

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    Is there a night site for the glock that is brighter then the rest? The truglo tfo's are out. They are not holding up!...:faint:
     
  2. barstoolguru

    barstoolguru texas proud

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    Meprolight Night Sights are what I am looking at. They seem to be the brightest but not sure if I want to spring an extra $50 on adjustable sights.... truglo seem to be a bit big for a handgun
     

  3. Ridder

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    I have the Meprolight TruDot Adjustable NS on my Glock.....

    The brightest NS I have ever had!
    (also my first.......)

    I like them a lot but some people think they are too big....

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  4. barstoolguru

    barstoolguru texas proud

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    the front site is huge........ are all the mepro's like that. they didn't look that big in the pic's on the web site
     
  5. AK74play

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    No there not all that big. He has an adjustable target set. Mepro's are the brightest night sites on the market and they make a standard version and a lo profile version. Check the pics on Glock,eister or LWD's websites.
     
  6. Ridder

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    I don't know about the other Mepro's.....maybe the adjustable has a bit higher rear sight...because it needs some extra parts to make it adjustable.....and then the front sight has to be higher also....

    On the 34 it's not bad....it's not a small gun, but it would look funny on a 26
     
  7. barstoolguru

    barstoolguru texas proud

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    also what is the +0/6.5 for ?

    Meprolight Night Sights GRN +0/6.5 for Glock
     
  8. tahco gunworks

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    6.5 is the stock Glock height. +0 means no change.

    My god, that front site on your 34 is bigger than the keel on my 30 foot sail boat!
     
  9. Ridder

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    It's not so bad IRL.....believe me.

    BTW: I don't want to be a smart ass and my knowledge of the English language is very limited....but it's a web site and a night sight.....:whistling:
     
  10. Made Man

    Made Man Glock-o-holic

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    I love my low profile Mepros. Very bright.

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  11. statistic6

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    Tru Dot's are nice, I had them back when I had a 3rd Gen 27. I switched over to Trijicons on both my 19 and 26 as well as my Sig p229. Can't go wrong with the Trijicons. Mine are in 3-dot green
     
  12. Philippe

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    Tru Glo TFO's are the brightest out of any of them, but they lack quality. The Mepro's are tops in my book, not as bright as the Tru Glo's but way better quality. I no longer use night sights, i carry a good flashlight and just keep the factory sites on. In most cases i dont think you'd have to worry about seeing the sites anywho if it came down to it...
     
  13. Melissa5

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    My vote goes to TruGlo TFOs.

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    I had truglo tfo's on my g23. I quickly dumped them for mepros.

    I've posted my lack of liking tfo's many times on this site. Most disagree with me but coming from someone who dumped tfo's and went with mepros, mepros are light years ahead in quality. Again jmo.
     
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    Made Man Glock-o-holic

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    My Meps are orange rear/green front.
     
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  17. statistic6

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    Trijicon...Why is this even up for debate?
     
  18. streakpi

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    I have the Truglo TFOs on all my Glocks...why use anything else?
     
  19. G19ftw

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    Meprolight makes the brightest...or so they advertise. I love mine though.

    Have Trijicons on the G39, Mepros on my G38 and on 2 Sigs. I like the Meprolights a lot more.
     
  20. blueberry1177

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    Trijicon is what I roll with. Guaranteed for ten years