Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Brdl04, Jan 30, 2008.
I'm still learning, so please explain why you did this?
It's great that you can use your 33 rounders also.
As for "spinning the rear sight around" easyg, I can't speak for Zach S but I can tell you that I "spin around" all the rear sights on my SIGs. That simply means that I remove them and re-install them with the original back side facing forwards. This is because many sights have scallops or grooves around the rear notch (supposedly to minimize reflection). For me, it makes it more difficult to get a good sight alignment. I prefer a target style, flat surface rear blade. I think it presents a better sight picture. The "front" face of the rear sight is plain and flat. Turning it around is the easiest way to fix the problem.
I didnt like the white outline.
I prefer a night sight up front with a plain plack rear. So when I had the front night sight installed, I had the rear sight spun around. Got tired of marking the outline out with a sharpie...
I have a Sig now, but I just shot my bosses 1911...argh. I love them both ...but that 1911...is just...
I cannot keep doing this. :banghead:
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