When I bought my first firearm, after about 20 years, it was an XD .45 I got some Meprolight night sights. Main reason is that the sights on it was hard for me to see the small dots. I saw that Meprolight had bigger dots, plus great for night time home protection. I had the pawnshop I bought them thru put them on, I read that Springfield sights are a b#*^& to put on without the sight tool. I noticed they didn't center my front sight so I centered it and found out they are tight. This made me have to adjust my rear sight. After some hammering them over I finally got it pretty close I don't shoot much so I figure I will practice some more to see if it's me or I need to knock them over some more. It shoots a little to the left. I used a BUNCH of clothespins to hammer on they fit perfect. So here's the final result I shot a few months ago. The bottom target was before setting them lol. Just so everyone knows I don't shoot as often as I really want/need to, plus I have had the gun only a year. After I saw it was pretty close I tried practicing trigger control. Sorry it's so blurry I can't take pictures that good this was about 15 to 20 rounds. I have 3 mags but I carry my JHP in one. They hold 13 each so that's about as many shots I take when I shoot, I know I need to get out there more often and run through 100 rounds or more. I like the way I am shooting my XD .45 ACP. I have to get used to my Beretta PX4 Storm .40 S&W now. I have only shot 2 mags of 14 rounds per mag. I will be picking up some more mags soon. This was shooting from 10 or 15 feet.
"A free people ought not only be armed and disciplined, but they should have sufficient arms and ammunition to maintain a status of independence from any who might attempt to abuse them, which would include their own government"