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PICS: Dawson sights on an M&P 9L

Discussion in 'Smith & Wesson Club' started by ecmills, Feb 24, 2010.

  1. ecmills

    ecmills I shoot guns.

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    There aren't really any decent sight pics out there, so here's a few of my Dawsons. I like 'em even more than my Sevigny sights I ran on my Glock 34.

    Rear is a Dawson fixed with a .140 wide notch.

    Front is a Dawson fiber front with .100" width, and a .210" height so that my soft competition loads hit point-of-aim at distance. (Shooting factory ammo, or a short-slide, use the .190" front)

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  2. mikey357

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    NICE!!! Any particular reason you chose the 9L over the M&P "Pro"??? Thanks....mikey357
     

  3. ecmills

    ecmills I shoot guns.

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    The M&P is quite possibly the easiest gun to DIY a wicked trigger on. And the PRO trigger still has a 'catch' during the pull where the trigger bar cams the firing pin plunger, because it wasn't rounded off. So I would have fixed the trigger anyway.

    I don't like the Pro's sights. Not enough daylight in the notch.

    Those are the only things you get on the PRO, and not the 9L. Why pay more?