They look awesome on the slide. Now I can send it off to Jims Duracoat and get her looking real sexy.
Ok yeah, that's what I thought. It is the same concept as a "no peep". Definitely do some rapid engagement drills and let us know what you think. I see muscle memory playing a big factor in success.Glock34Jarhead said:I will let you know tomorrow after I get back from the range. From my previous extensive firearms training I can tell you that the whole shooting with both eyes open which these sights are mainly used for "point and shoot" method is a no go for me. I completely lose sight picture and getting used to no sight alignment is weird. However...using these sights as if they were F/O front and rear it seems pretty normal. The closest way to explain it is that they pushed the front sight to your rear so you have no need to align front and rear. You just put the green dot on the target and squeeze. I will be giving a full review since alot of people are skeptical after I put rounds downrange tomorrow from 10-15-25 yards. We will see.
Interesting...thanks for the report.The 2nd hit was the sight alignment issue. I would have everything aimed at center mass and the rounds were everywhere regardless if both eyes were open or one open it was not shooting as accurate as my night sights.
You're a Marine what do you expect? Just kidding yeah, I'm still curious to see how it would do if zeroed supported and loctite'd. What's your plan now?Glock34Jarhead said:That was my biggest issue. I could not for the life of me figure that one out but after the 3rd time tightning the sights I gave up. I mean even for just point and shoot it hit the target but was all over the place if there was a way to ensure tightness of the screws maybe with loctyte it would be a little better but taking the sight alignment step out of the equation is just weird for this Jarhead.