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New Sights (Glock 32,38)

Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by slammy, Oct 6, 2009.

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  1. slammy

    slammy Member

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    I want to get some new night sights for a couple of my Glocks. Snag free is a big issue any thoughts? Also has anyone shot with the new LaserLyte's RSL?

    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. slammy

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    Ok confused, No help at all? What's the deal? Or did I miss some kind of verbiage or something?:confused:
     
  3. timetoreload

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    I'm looking for night sights for my 27 as well. I haven't shot anything with a LaserLyte sight on it, but I suspect that making the rear sights that much bigger might cause a snag/fit issue with some molded holsters. Been considering a set of AmeriGlo Classic or Pro Series tritium sights though.
     
  4. lebowski

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    I'm very happy with the Ameriglo Pro Operators in my G31.
     
  5. timetoreload

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    Could you tell me how the Pro Operators are different than just the Classic ones? Is it just that they're more rounded (and theoretically less likely to snag) or is there a difference in the sight picture they offer? The pictures on Ameriglo's web page are something less than revealing...
     
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