glock factory night sights

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  1. dan berock

    dan berock

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    does anyone know about glock factory night sights?...i am going to have them with my g26 i'm buying...but i heard they are crap...crimped on and come loose...i thought glock did better work than that?...anyone have experience here with them?...thanks;)
     
  2. breech

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    Factory night sights are made by Meprolight. You'll have those that never had a problem with them and those that did. Shoot it until something ever happens or just get a Glock with standard sights and get a good set slapped on. FWIW my friend with a 26 with factory night sights never had a problem after 1K rounds. Nothing is loose.
     

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    Yup, Glock night sights are good. Meprolight makes the best sights, and thats essentially what they are, but cheaper. :)
     
  4. Greg F.

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    The factory night sights (Mepro) are definitly the cheapest way to go. My new G21SF came with factory night sights and they only raised the price of the gun $45. To buy Mepro's after market would have cost $100 for the sights + $70 to have my gunsmith install & sight them in.
     
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    TruGlo TFO night sites All the way.. I buy my glocks with regular sites, since there the cheapest, then add the TFO's. Best night sites.