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stevo1001
06-06-2011, 11:10
i am looking to upgrade my sights on my glock 23 and was wondering what people thought of these or if anyone has any other sugestions this is my carry gun. Thanks guys

emore
06-06-2011, 11:18
I just two days ago put Warren Tactical sights (plain rear, serrated front) on my G34 and it is now a tack-driver (almost). Although the front is not Tritium, it still jumps up into view way more readily than any Glock sight ever has. I would not hesitate to buy them again. And the $59.95 price tag was easy to stomach, as well.

infiniti0505
06-06-2011, 12:11
I just ordered these and installed them on my G19. I cant talk these sights up enough!!! My eyes are immediatly drawn to the front sight. Took my shooting to a whole new level. Ill post pictures of my G19 w/ Warren Tacticals later.

up1911fan
06-06-2011, 12:32
Have these on my G19 and love em.

emore
06-06-2011, 12:57
You folks have me thinking about ordering a radio active front blade now. I hate to think about all that Loc-Tite I used. :crying:

infiniti0505
06-06-2011, 13:00
You folks have me thinking about ordering a radio active front blade now. I hate to think about all that Loc-Tite I used. :crying:
Come over to the darkside :cool:

MrVvrroomm
06-06-2011, 13:12
I have Warren/Sevigny sights on all my competition/range Glocks. I'm a huge fan.

Bowtie
06-06-2011, 13:33
I use this combo on all my Glocks..

GRT45
06-06-2011, 14:04
The Warren Tacticals or Sevigny Carry sights with tritium inserts are excellent. Either is an excellent choice for a shooter that wants to run their unmodified CCW pistol in practical shooting competition. The Sevigny Carry Set would be my second choice for a CCW, second only to the AmeriGlo I-Dot Pro sights.

mikekjg
06-06-2011, 14:17
I have the Sevigny carry on both the 19 and 26. I have tritium front and one tritium dot in rear. They replace mepros on both pistols. I love the Warrens. I wish I switched sooner!

stevo1001
06-06-2011, 15:02
Thanks guys

jack76590
06-06-2011, 15:12
I have that combo using carry rear and tritium front on several glocks. I like it very much. But be aware especially if you are an old bullseye shooter of what they mean by 6 o'clock hold and center hold.

To bullseye shooter 6 o'clock hold is really an off set sight picture. Specifically in bullseye terms 6 o'clock is putting top of front sight where the white and black of target meet. When warren says 6 o'clock they mean the top of front sight is where you want bullet to impact.

gorenut
06-06-2011, 15:20
I have all plain for front and back. I'm thinking of painting my front sight green. Any of you have experience with that?

BamaTrooper
06-06-2011, 16:26
i am looking to upgrade my sights on my glock 23 and was wondering what people thought of these or if anyone has any other sugestions this is my carry gun. Thanks guys

I have started putting nightsight or fiber optic fronts and plain rears on all of my guns. It is a great set up for me.

freedom790
06-06-2011, 16:33
I have this setup on my M&P9JG. Its extremely easy to see your front sight. Well worth the upgrade!

smitret
06-06-2011, 16:46
I have all plain for front and back. I'm thinking of painting my front sight green. Any of you have experience with that?

I like lime green front sight with flat black rear sight for daylight matches.

I cover the whole rear surface of the front sight.

In a hurry the green square goes in the notch pretty easily for older eyes.

Orange was a little too bright.

Small bottles of paint at a hobby shop gives you inexpensive multiple choices.

Acetone cleans areas to be painted well.

Good Luck

gorenut
06-06-2011, 16:57
I like lime green front sight with flat black rear sight for daylight matches.

I cover the whole rear surface of the front sight.

In a hurry the green square goes in the notch pretty easily for older eyes.

Orange was a little too bright.

Small bottles of paint at a hobby shop gives you inexpensive multiple choices.

Acetone cleans areas to be painted well.

Good Luck

Thanks for the input. I think I'll raid my girlfriend's nail polish stash when I get home tonight. :whistling:

tmcglasson36
06-06-2011, 21:12
I have this setup on my G19 and G26 and love it. Best sights I've used and I've tried a few!

Bowtie
06-06-2011, 22:42
Cant wait to be able to get a set for my 1911.

Seawolf
06-07-2011, 02:42
Maybe this helps

http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll93/Seawolf_504/6c6ccca0.jpg
http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll93/Seawolf_504/87f644e8.jpg

Tiro Fijo
06-07-2011, 03:01
It depends. If it is so dark that you cannot see the rear sights and your target is not close enough for a "snap" shot they are of little benefit. Then again, if it is that dark you won't be able to ID your target as well.

That being said, I prefer tritium front & rear. Just my 2 cents.

stevo1001
06-07-2011, 06:34
ya thats tru but when its siting next to the bed at nite i have my light atached and wen i carry at nite i have my micro lzr on

Bowtie
06-07-2011, 10:21
Maybe this helps

http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll93/Seawolf_504/6c6ccca0.jpg
http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll93/Seawolf_504/87f644e8.jpg

Gotta Love it..

kashdaddy
08-24-2011, 13:43
Dont get trijicon, their warranty sucks.

Ameriglo, warren, Truglo, meprolight are all good to go in my experience.

duke77togo
08-24-2011, 14:18
In my opinion, a very nice set of sights for carry. I have had the plain carry rear and a tritium front on a Glock 26 for the past year now. Very fast sight picture. Also, use this pistol sometimes for IDPA with good results.

Keyhole
08-24-2011, 14:29
In my opinion, a very nice set of sights for carry. I have had the plain carry rear and a tritium front on a Glock 26 for the past year now. Very fast sight picture. Also, use this pistol sometimes for IDPA with good results.

Same here. G30 with plain carry rear and tritium front for IDPA. Excellent.

gocubs6
09-10-2011, 19:45
What do you think of this setup but with the Ameriglo Hack sight?