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Took my Ruger SR9C to the range today. I have good eye sight, but I was having a hard time finding a sight picture. I have stock sights on their and I was having a hard time finding the white dots. Has anyone put different color paint in the sights to help with this?
 

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Hey this is the Glock Forum! Piss off ruger man! Hahahahaha just kidding man. I recommend trying dry erase markers first to find the color you like best before you make it permanent.
 

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Hey this is the Glock Forum! Piss off ruger man! Hahahahaha just kidding man. I recommend trying dry erase markers first to find the color you like best before you make it permanent.
Guess he figured you guys would know about bad sights and sighting issues...:D:cool: j/k
 

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Jpyle said:
Guess he figured you guys would know about bad sights and sighting issues...:D:cool: j/k
Um no! I love the sight picture of a Glock. It makes good sense to me!
 

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Um no! I love the sight picture of a Glock. It makes good sense to me!
Dry erase marker is a good idea. Thanks!
When I posted this question, I wasn't paying too much attention that I was posting in the glock section. It was supposed to post in the General Handgun section. Sorry, my bad. I own a Gen 4 G19 and love the sights. That's why I was here in the first place :)
 

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I used a bright green nail polish on my Gp100 and on my wifes Glock 17. It made a world of differance for me. Just a dot of nail polish and if you dont like it. Get some acetone free nail polish remover and try another color. I will try and find a picture for you.
 
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