Originally Posted by brockly
I herd those are Very touchy and easy to break. Your comment?
My 10-8 set have been through the ringer. They definitely show signs of wear. Never failed. Very easy to acquire sight picture.
If you're wanting red dot. Go trijicon rmr. But you're gonna have to have the slide milled and tapped ($200-300), and buy the optic ($400-500). But I'll bet you can't break it.
. I have a M&P with the red dot set up I just described and I love it but, I see no real advantage over regular sights. My 2 cents. I'd go black out rear and green or red fiber optic front.