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Old 04-17-2013, 04:35 PM   #11
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XS Express "Big Dot" night sights.
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Old 04-26-2013, 08:19 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by bartwatkins
I just really do not care for 3-dot sights - much too busy for me...
I have to agree. I had a set of 3-dot night sights on my Glock 17 and could just never a adjust to them. I actually seem to be one of the few people who LIKE the stock Glock sights (front dot rear outline) although I am slowly replacing them wit 2-dot Heine night sights for the better low light visibility.

Originally Posted by Dearhunter
I'm old fashion. I still like the plain black rear and front sights for competition shooting.
Well, of you are talking BULLSEYE competition, I would agree. IMO for that king of shooting its hard to beat plain black partridge front/square notch rear sights for a precise sight picture. For action shooting, though, I like the 2-dot sights above.
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Xs big dot. Best combat sights ever.

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Old 04-27-2013, 03:26 PM   #14
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I like the Bomar sights on my Series 70. White U rear and a ramp line front. They are fixed and have been on for forty years. During the competition days used some Sight Black, I do not care for dots, lasers, or glow in the dark.
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Defence Pistol - 3 dot tritium - AmeriGlo or Trijicon
Hunting Handgun - well designed fibre optic
Paper Punchin' - nice sharp black partridge/square notch
Defence Shotgun - XS Express 24/7 Big Dot tritium
Rimfire Rifle - Low mounted 2x7 scope with fibre optic iron back ups
Centerfire Rifle - Quality scope pertinent to cartridge and mounted with top shelf components.
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Old 04-28-2013, 09:49 AM   #16
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I'm a big fan of the Hiene Straight 8 sights on pistols. But I"ll usually be pretty good with whatever comes on a pistol when I get it. If I don't like the sights I"ll usually not be too keen on a purchase. I do paint some of them up wit ha bright paint. I've used that Glo-On stuff and had good luck wit hit too. Most of my rifles are scoped but have some with open sights.
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I prefer factory fixed sights. They are simple and no moving parts. Pay attention to the gun and it will teach you how to shoot it.
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