Night sights

Discussion in 'Optics / Sights / Lasers / Lights' started by thinkricky, May 20, 2012.

  1. thinkricky

    thinkricky Member Supporter

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    Has anyone installed a night sight just on the front? If I did it will it be acurate using an Ameriglo Night sight in the front and the OEM Glock in the rear? Just wondering. Thanks
     
  2. NvRBanArms

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    I thought of that before. Curious as to what people say. I was going to do it because I had a chance to buy a front for my glock from some guy for like 10 bucks but passed. I guess it's better than no night sight in the dark.
     

  3. thinkricky

    thinkricky Member Supporter

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    Anyone try it? My other question is how accurate if I do that.
     
    Last edited: May 20, 2012
  4. Tape

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    I have been in a gunfight and I don't recall ever using sights, in that situation I aimed and shot, I really do not think you have time to sight in a target unless you are behind a dumpster or similiar and if you do try to sight in a target you are dead. I do have hi-vis on all my glocks but do not think nite-sites are necessary, imo
     
  5. thinkricky

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    Ok well. I went ahead and picked up a Trijicon Night sight set. Haven't used it yet. But I'm happy with them.
     
  6. NvRBanArms

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    Trijicons are the best. Second would be TFO's in my opinion.
     
  7. MississippiGlock

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    I concur. When bullets are flying back at you the last thing your doing is trying to perfectly align your sights regardless of light conditions.

    That being said I have a set of meprolight night sights on my 26 that were given to me that run just fine. By I am investing in some truglo tfo sights for my 29 to check out the hype.