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I figured I would take some pictures and post them here for anyone who is interested in seeing what they look like.
Most the pictures I see on the internet look like they where taken with a cheap cell phone camera.. so it's kinda hard to get a good look at them.





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Your pictures are looks great! Very well done.
 

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Cant go wrong with Trijicons! I have the HD night sights with orange front. Nice and bright and very easy to pick up in low light and zero light. I all so like the fact the way the front surface of the rear sight is steeply hooked to assist in emergency one-handed slide operation. The U notch in the rear sight (not like the one you showed) help picks up the front sight quicker, in my opinion.
 

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I have the Novak style Triji's on the G30 that I just bought. I would take it that the "12" on your sights means they were made in 2012 which would mean that the "11" on my sights were 2011 which is great since they're suppose to last what, 10 or 12 years. That means I've got a lot of life left in them. I paid $475 for the G30 and I looked up the sights, $140 bucks, dang, that really made the G30 a great deal. Plus it's had a Glockmisester Stainless guide rod and the same slide stop you have(Glock extended??) installed so that's about $200 in upgrades to this gun. Anyway, good pics and yep, that's what they look like in the dark. :D
 

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Awesome pics! I've been thinking about purchasing them for my Glock 26 and 30. Now they are on my "must" list. Thanks!
 

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Cant go wrong with Trijicons! I have the HD night sights with orange front. Nice and bright and very easy to pick up in low light and zero light. I all so like the fact the way the front surface of the rear sight is steeply hooked to assist in emergency one-handed slide operation. The U notch in the rear sight (not like the one you showed) help picks up the front sight quicker, in my opinion.
I've got the ones with the yellow front. They are great. The front sight is very easy to pick up in all light conditions. Well worth the money.
 

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Hey Simple, great photos...really descriptive shots...thanks for the images.
 

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To each their own. I think the trijicons are ugly as sin in my opinion but hey that's how it goes.
 

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I love them!!!
 

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