Right I think I am going with the Amerigo plain black GL-429 the rear notch is just below the Trijicon RMR sight base makes it less noticeable in the glass the sights would be just for a back up and the sights are a little less big on the gun..I have both.
Dawson’s are nicer, but as you noted, take up a little more real estate on the window. Bottom 1/3.
I have the GL-411 set of Ameriglo’s and they are at the bottom of the window. Bottom 1/4 or lower.
While shooting, I can’t say I’ve ever noticed either one of them. I look for the dot and don’t really see anything else.
Nice rig. Hope you like it.View attachment 496740 Have a Glock 19 gen5 MOS with Trijicon RMR and looking for co witness sights got to hold some with the Amerigo GL- 429 and Dawson’s the Amerigo plain black were nice and didn’t take up the whole sight glass the rear sight was below the RMR a little the Dawson’s seemed to big and took up a lot of the glass anyone running these?..And what do you prefer
Aside from the trust issue, the sights have a valuable role in training for the red dot. Using the sights to find the dot is quicker than searching for the little window when your drawstroke is anything less that perfect. Then, you make the shift. A little hard to write avoab, but blisteringly obvious once you start turning up the speed.
I have a couple of rmr's and run the stock sights...for shots over say 20 ft I shoot the dot, anything less I point shoot. I personally dont see the need for both sights. I am sure some commando will jump on this, and thats fine...
Probably would of kept the stock sights but wanted to change the plastic ones so went with these glad I did cheap up grade if you choose..I have a couple of rmr's and run the stock sights...for shots over say 20 ft I shoot the dot, anything less I point shoot. I personally dont see the need for both sights. I am sure some commando will jump on this, and thats fine...
I will try this next time out.Pressing the weapon out and thinking about aligning the back plate with the tip of my nose seems to align the dot quicker with my line of sight.