I shoot Dawson Precision sights for gun games and like the dimensions of the front blade and rear notch. They have fiber optic inserts. I ended up taking a magic marker and blacking out the fiber optics. I like to aquire the target at the very top and middle of the front blade and the FO started to make me put the FO over the target and I would shoot high. I much prefer a sight that has a thinner front so that the light on either side of the notch is easily picked up. Some Trijicons can be so tight that there isn't much light on either side of the post when aligned and this seems to be more of the case with shorter barreled guns like a 26 or even a 19. On the 34 there is more light because the slide is longer. Would like to see a pair of these in person.We installed these on a customer's gun today. I like the rear but I'm not used to the front. I like the rear u-notch and the smaller diameter rear sights. I liked the visibility of the front, but wished the whole blade was colored. I like rectangles better then circles.
I would also like to know the dimensional specs on these.
Thanks for the measurements. So did you shoot with those sights on the gun yet?The front sight is .145" wide.
The rear sight notch: The front of the rear sight is .180" wide and steps down to .165" wide at the rear face of the rear sight.
I measured the set on my G19. Review will be coming shortly.
You can almost buy a S&W Sigma for that. :tongueout: Still I will probably have a pair.Lmao 150 bucks? 150 my arse.