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mikecurnow 05-02-2010 14:47

Gun sight options and other mods?
 
I have a glock 20sf. I'd like to find some sights that cover less of the sight picture than the glock stock sights. Unfortunatly around here the gun shops I've been to don't really have any options on display to look at. Looking at your website the advantage tactical sights looked like they might be a good option, but it's hard to tell from just looking at pictures.
Any opinions?

I'm also looking to do some modifications to my trigger. Can the 3.5 lb modification be done on an SF trigger? If so what do I need, and should i get new striker and trigger springs? I also plan to buy a trigger stop. Would a mechanically inclined person have much trouble installing the parts?

Lastly, I think I remember in another thread you suggested a 20 lb recoil spring may offer better performance in the g20, is this correct?

Thanks,
Mike

JR 05-02-2010 19:16

The Advantage sights are great and are quickly forming a large support group. You can check our choices of sights in Night Sight section or Target Sight section. I recommend you visit a few shooting competitions first like IDPA or USPSA and see what your fellow shooters are using.

The LWD-5406 is an SF style trigger housing that drops right into your G20 pistol. You can see it here http://www.lonewolfdist.com/Detail.a...&TERM=lwd-5406 at the bottom of this page you will see a list of items including connector, trigger spring and striker spring. These are the modifications you will want to explore. Installing them one at a time until you decide enough is enough.

Installing parts or working on your Glock is not a huge deal. Pick up a copy of The Complete Glock Reference Guide and tear into it! Unfortunately I am sold out right now. It may be a month or so before I have any more.

Changing up your recoil spring lets your tune the gun to your ammo. Many of our customers prefer the 20lb and 22 lb recoil springs on their G20 pistols

mikecurnow 05-02-2010 20:18

Thanks JR, order coming soon.


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