Does anyone have these sights on their Glock and if so do you like them?
Thanks!On my G-26 I use the Big Dot on the front sight and the stock sight on the rear. It might sound strange, but it works for me. I get fast accurate target acquisition in light and low light.
I'm REALLY looking forward to that, Shadow.After some research, I decided on going with the XS Big Dot sights for my G17 and ordered them, along with some other goodies, a few days ago. I was hoping they would have come in yesterday but no luck, gotta love the USPS. I plan on heading out to the range as soon as I install them and test them out....will post some feedback once I do so.
Will do. I've watched quite a few videos where they mention the distance shooting and I'm very curious on how that works as well. For some reason, I've just never been able to get used to three dot sights so I hope these sights will remedy my problem.I'm REALLY looking forward to that, Shadow.
Reminder: Pay particular attention to the factory instruction in using the "top" of the dot (12 o'clock position) for distances greater than 15 yards and comment on how accurate that is. That would be much appreciated. Thank you in advance...
I think the "Big Dot" comes in handy if a shooter wants to focus on QUICK target acquisition at close range... Also shooters with faltering eyesight find the big dot easier to use...I too am looking forward to hearing results from those who are trying these out. Most of what I have read is that the "big dot" hides the area of precision aim point? So, really the issue isnt the system of stacking the dot on the vertical line. This system doesnt seem much different to a straight 8 or I dot, except for the shallow V rear, so to sum up this ramble (sorry) wouldnt the small dot be what we are all looking for, faster accuistion, and ability to shoot with more accuracy?
Really, Im leaning towards these do to the fact Im not to used to any system, and lack of training time to become proficent with 3 Dots, this stacking seems easier to learn with.
Again sorry for ramble.
I agree with others that say you should be able to hit 7yds with any sight, but also I really dont see myself shooting my 19 past 25yds...so im really just looking for something that can get me 25yds and in, pretty readily with limited time to devote to practice...2 to 3 times per month is about all I got.Matthew780 said:I think the "Big Dot" comes in handy if a shooter wants to focus on QUICK target acquisition at close range... Also shooters with faltering eyesight find the big dot easier to use...
I'm trying to evaluate this system myself. I think I'm sold on the close quarters ability of the sights... I'm just trying to figure if there's a way to accurately shoot long distance with them.