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Old 01-15-2010, 19:29   #1
scottie_mac
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Shooting glasses question

I have a G19 that I'm planning on using to shoot locally in IDPA. It has Glock factory night sights. The match is held indoors at night. I've tried using vermillion tinted lenses to help with the lower light condition but this creates the problem of of making the sights very dim.

So to the question. I am considering changing the sights to TFO's as I'm hoping they will be much brighter, but I also wanted to ask; is there any specific shade of lenses that will help with low light but also not wash out the brightness on my standard night sights?

Thanks in advance.
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Old 01-15-2010, 19:34   #2
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I have clear lenses on my Rudy's, but they have a bit of "smoke" to them.

For indoors, I think I prefer clear S&W glasses (like $12 at Walmart).
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Old 01-16-2010, 06:26   #3
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Indoor shooting pretty much sucks at most ranges due to poor/uneven lighting. I think clear lens work best inside, regardless of what type of sights are on the gun.
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