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Got My GLOCK Steel Sights Today!

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by eringobragh, Mar 2, 2006.

  1. eringobragh

    eringobragh

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    I've always liked GLOCK's sight picture...very fast for me, and works well in IDPA matches, but never cared for the fact that they are plastic. So I broke down and ordered the GLOCK factory fixed steel sights, and they are pretty nice. The front uses the standard hex screw, and the rear drifts in as usual too. They look just like Trijicon's but with GLOCK's trademark dot in the basket sight picture.
     
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    Were these night sights or not?
     

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    No they are not night sights...the are just like the factory plastic sights, but in steel.
     
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    Great! Where did you get them? I've had a set backordered at Lone Wolf for a long time!
     
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    I ordered mine through the shop I work at, but I've seen them listed at www.glockparts.com. I just got a digital camera, and if I can figure it out, I'll post some pics!
     
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    Here's one of the four GLOCKS I put them on: .[​IMG]
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    Didn't take a pic of the front sight...looks just like the plastic, but steel with a hex nut attachment.