Glock night sights are better for the money. The GNS use the Mepros Tritium inserts. The GNS have a different angle that allow more light on the Tritium inserts and appear brighter.For those that have or have had both which did you prefer and why? Also for anyone that has sent guns into GLOCK for night sights how long was that turn around?
Glock factory front night sights are crimped on (not staked like the regular factory front sight)so they are not reusable or transferable. Meps use a hex nut to secure the front sight. Either one is rugged and stable. It's just a question of whether you can be sure you will never want to move the sight.For those that have or have had both which did you prefer and why? Also for anyone that has sent guns into GLOCK for night sights how long was that turn around?
That's a good price.After calling around my local shops I found a pair for $79 installed.
Bingo. At a local indoor match I used to shoot, every so often they'd do something "crazy". One time, they set up some flashing light bars, turned off all the regular range lights, and dimly lit the target area. Those without night sights were shooting blind. Those of us with night sights had no problem picking up our sights and hitting the targets.Night sights are great for LOW light situations. Not just for pitch black. I can see my night sights glowing with dim light on where I can make out anything in the room. Bring the sights up to a black colored object IE a black shirt, you can't make the sight blades out. ENTER THE NIGHT SIGHT.
And the point of this post is?...:dunno::upeyes: I'm waiting for the day when somebody finally posts a thread titled; 'I Just Tried To Actually Use My Night Sights AND, Guess What? All I Could See Was My Brilliantly Glowing Front Sight!'
(Think it'll ever happen!)