Originally Posted by KJL
I have a Colt, Rugers, S & W, and a few Glocks. I was looking at a new gun and a friend told me to go with the Sig P220 with night sights. I have used it indoors and outdoors and had a great deal of trouble finding the target. The last time at the range was a sell it or keep it day. It was a new range with different lighting, to where I feel the night sights were a great help. Both my son and I were pleased with our groups. Any advise as to how to sight in other lights?
I had the same concern, and ended up replacing the front sight with a fiber optic steel-framed SIG/Truglo front sight. The rear night sight is staying. In broad daylight (and I shoot outdoors, weather permitting) it is much better. The night sights come on when it is too dark for targets. If you want the best of both, consider an XPress (spelling?) aka Ashley combo front sight. It is f/o+tritium. these are quick on target in any light but not the most precise.