XS sights on GLOCK 23

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    I just purchased a G23, OD green, and had planned to put some regular night sights on but saw that they had some XS 24/7 small dot sights marked down to $39 (they only charged me $35 in the end). I couldn't pass them up. I know about the sighting at 15 yards and in and 25 yards out and that they are made for fast sight acquisition and are not "target" sights, but I was just wondering if anyone had them on their pistols and how they have worked for them as far as accuracy especially at 25 yards. I have Heinie sights on my PT145 that I like and the straight eight system is similar to the XS, but they are also traditional notch sights.
     
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    where did you get those sights at for that price i cant find them on the web site pls help thats sounds like a deal thanks
     

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    Thanks I tryed to call the but no anwswer They probably wont ship to me anyway Thanks again Pat
     
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    They answered I got them Thanks Alot what a deal
     
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    Have them on both my G19's & love 'em!

    As the example on the XS website shows a 6 o'clock hold is necessary at 25yds. Once you inderstand the sight picture, it's a piece of cake to get 25yd head shots on a ipsc/idpa target(if you do your part, of course!). There is nothing faster for closer work, which is what they are made for.