I recently purchased my first pistol with night sights (a G26 with factory night sights) and noticed that, when the three dots are aligned, the top edge of the front sight is slightly below the top edge of the rear sight. Because the edges are not perfectly aligned when the green dots are, and the green dots are the whole point of these sights, I assume that the edges of these sights are not intended for aiming. Thus, during the daytime, I should be using the white dots (i.e. that contain the green tritium dots) to sight with, NOT THE BLACK EDGES OF THE SIGHTS... right??? What throws me about doing this with the night sights is that, when I aim with the white dots (the rings around the tritium dots) during the daytime, the bottom of the middle (front) dot is chopped off by the top edge of the rear sight (the bottom of the well, or whatever you call the gap in the rear sight). It looks wrong. I pretty much learned to shoot using a G19 with standard sights, and I tried to line up the top edges of the sights, rather than use the white dots--it seemed more precise. But now I wonder if I was aiming wrong from the beginning, and if all white dot and night sights should be aimed with the dots only.