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Old 06-13-2013, 08:05 PM   #1
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Hey, sure this has been ask bit not sure were at. I'm looking at night sights for the G22. I really like the style of TruGlo low Tritium sights. They are about $50 bucks cheaper then the Trijicon HD. Anyone like these TruGro or like the Trijicon's better. Or is there some others that I'm missing?

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Old 06-15-2013, 06:09 PM   #2
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I have a set of Mepro night sights on mine, been on my GLOCK for 12 years, and are still glowing. Trijicon makes good night sights, not very informed on the Truglo's though.

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They are all about the same. Some offer more options then others. I've used them all.
I currently have truglo TFOs on my glock 20. I highly recommend them. Perfect sight picture in all light stages and visible dots in total darkness.

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I have a G23 and a G17 both wear the TruGlo. I like them a lot. They seem brighter at night than that on my Sigs but I think that has to do with the diameter of the sight. Definitely the best day sight hands down.

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You're not going to beat Trijicon HDs with a stick. They are spendy, but worth it. Tough as nails. My 19 and 32 wear 'em, and the 26 I'm getting in a day or so will also get a set. Outstanding sights, day or night.

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TruGlos are not that nice. They rarely are correct heights. Trijicon are nice. I've been around both for years!

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I've got Trijicon HD on my Glock 23 ... love them!

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I have Tru-Glo on my Glock 22, my wife has Glock factory night sights on her 23. I'm going to be picking up my 19 soon and I might go with the XS Big Dot sights. If not, I'm going with Tru-Glo again. I've had mine for over 15 years and while not as bright they are still solid.

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I like the tru glo fiber optic they seem to glow day or night.

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Really I don't think you can go wrong either way I have the trijicon on a Beretta and I love em. I run the tru glo fiber optics on my 17 and a set of tru glo night sights (not sure of the model) on my 26. I've enjoyed them all so which ever floats your boat. That being said I'd go the less expensive route and use the money saved on ammo. 🔫💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥💥

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