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trijicon Night Sight contrast Difference?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by TsunamiMike, Dec 19, 2010.

  1. TsunamiMike

    TsunamiMike

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    So i am picking up my first handgun on Tuesday, picked out a gen 4 g22. thinking of adding night sights and the guy at the store said that trijicon is the best.

    The question is go with 3 green or green in front and orange or green in back?

    What would the difference be, or is there one?

    PLease help shed some light..
     
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    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    Normally I would pass on a question like this because there are so many opinions as to "what is best"? The point I want to impress here is that Green on Green is usually the best color to go with. Green is the fastest and easiest color to pick up on in the dark (for the majority)
     

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    JR: i appreciate the reply, since i am new to handguns i have zero info on night sights. Most of my freinds use the iron sights or keep the stock sights. In case of emergency i want to be able to see where i am pointing..
     
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    the dealer who is a GSSF authorized dealer said he would install the night sights at no extra charge. He also mentioned he would charge me 75 bucks whereas they were 125 on the sticker.

    What do you think? Deal or no deal?
     
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    JR Moderator Millennium Member

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    $75 for Trijicon NS installed is a pretty good deal.