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Old 11-02-2011, 02:18 PM   #1
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What kind of custom sites would you guys recommend for a gen 4 glock 26 for concealed carry
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Old 11-02-2011, 03:28 PM   #2
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Trijicon contrast night sights. Wont snag and great for day and night.

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Old 11-02-2011, 03:43 PM   #3
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Cool thanks
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I really like Tru-Glo Tritiums. Fiber optic for daylight (super bright!) and tritium for low light. We're issued them on our duty weapons. I've read that some folks have complained of their durability, but we have yet had any problems with them and have been using them for about six years now.
Personally, I also like Meprolight Night Sights. They have a larger white outline around the tritium capsules than the Trijicons.
I have a couple pair of yellow rears and green fronts. I find it easier and quicker to pick up a sight picture in low light with this combination compared to all green tritiums.
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I just made this holster I just need to get better belt clips let me know what ya think
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I just made this holster I just need to get better belt clips let me know what ya think
Looks pretty sweet! Crossbreed would be proud! What kinda clips are you gonna put on it? I admire your craftsmanship, it's a talent that you should be proud of!
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How do you "mold" the leather to the gun? What process is using?
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First cut the leather dan you soak it in water 30 minutes put your gun in a plastic bag so you could start molding it here is the picture

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Then with a leather bone start rubbin it and you see the details of the gun coming through the leather

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Leave it alone for 12 hours so it shrink after 12 hours wet it with a damp towel and keep on molding it
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First cut the leather dan you soak it in water 30 minutes put your gun in a plastic bag so you could start molding it here is the picture

<img src="http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=34846"/>

Then with a leather bone start rubbin it and you see the details of the gun coming through the leather

<img src="http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=34847"/>

Leave it alone for 12 hours so it shrink after 12 hours wet it with a damp towel and keep on molding it
Very cool and inspiring!
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I just made this holster I just need to get better belt clips let me know what ya think
I make one like this with the outside being Kydex, cool looking holster. The belt clips are the hang up for mine also, I have spring steel and Kydex clips. If you find better clips please post them and the info.
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