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Either glock or trijicon night sights not really a big fan of the stock sights
 

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I'm leaning towards trijicon, ill be doing alot of hog hunting with my glock 30sf so I need a good low light sight
 

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Stock Glock night's or Meprolight's.
 

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My range/competition Glocks have Warren Tactical Sevigny Carry sights and my EDC Glock has TRUGLO TFO sights.
 

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All three of my glocks have stock sights. Thought of just changing the front to night sights? Anybody do that?
I'm 58 years old, and I just plain can't see white sights that good. So I just looked at all the different ones mounted on display guns at gun shops till I found some I could see.

My Grandfather used to remove the front sights from all his single action revolvers. But he could fan a pistol from the waist.

So whatever works for ya.
 

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I'm 58 years old, and I just plain can't see white sights that good. So I just looked at all the different ones mounted on display guns at gun shops till I found some I could see.

My Grandfather used to remove the front sights from all his single action revolvers. But he could fan a pistol from the waist.

So whatever works for ya.
I am glad you said that. I am 53 and have a hard time seeing mine right. I will be visiting my local shops soon. Thank You sir!
 

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Trijicons are good, thats what is on our issue duty weapons. My EDC has Tru Dot sights...trijicon inserts but dots are a bit larger than regular trijicons (good for my aging eyes).

Competition guns have Warren/Sevigny finer optics...great sights too.
 

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Something I discovered last week while I was banging away with the XDM. I was wearing my prescription sunglasses, which are tinted dark brown. And I really couldn't see the white dots on the stock sights at all. So I switched to clear glasses, which helped some. But when I got home I decided to check, just in case my eyes were playing tricks on me somehow. The brown tint works great on the Glock 21 with Truglow Green sights. And pretty good with my S&W .44 Mag, which has HiViz dayglo orange. But on white or yellow sights, the brown tint is really making them harder to see. So from now on when I go shopping for sights, I'll be taking my shooting sunglasses along, 'cause the color of the glasses tint seems to make more difference that I ever thought. Pretty silly thing to overlook.
 

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One of my G19 has trijicons and the other has tru-glo on it. Personally I like the tru-glo better but my buddies comp G35 has warren tactical/seveginy (sp?) combo and it's great for competition based shooting... Every Glock I own will have something other than the factory "field goal" sights only because I personally hate them lol
 

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One of my G19 has trijicons and the other has tru-glo on it. Personally I like the tru-glo better but my buddies comp G35 has warren tactical/seveginy (sp?) combo and it's great for competition based shooting... Every Glock I own will have something other than the factory "field goal" sights only because I personally hate them lol
Don't know if I hate them!! But I agree I will not keep the factory sights on my GLOCKS for long.
I have the Trijicon H3's green front & back on both of mine. So far I love them!! :)
 

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In defensive shootings you probably aren't going to even have a chance to look at your sights. You push and squeeze, period. At night a bright little dot might help, but lining up three dots just isn't going to happen. Changing out front sight with a night sight is a great idea IMHO, but I like the stock rear sight. It's fast and that's the point.
 
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