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New SW 620

Discussion in 'Handguns: Revolvers' started by Old krow, Oct 9, 2010.

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  1. Old krow

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    Now that I have I have 2 questions. The gun is primarily used for hunting, plinking, and HD. I have only been out to the range with it once so far, but it shoots very well. The grips are a pain though. Can anyone recommend a grip, preferably rubber? Or least, who makes quality grips for revolvers?

    My second question is about the sights. I'd like to change them out to night sights. Is there anything that I need to look for or anything that I need to avoid?
     
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    Hogues and Pachmayrs are both great. For wood, I prefer Ahrends.

    On sights, have you considered fiber optics? I run a fiber optic front sight and standard rear on both my N frames. I carry these guns for work and have used both to qualify on night shoots. Shooting with a flashlight, I've never felt a need for the night sights. I suppose they'd be ok in pitch black without a light source, but then what the heck are you shooting at? Just a thought. A fiber front sight will run you less than $50, the nights sights around a $100.
     
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    Yes I have considered them. In fact, I lumped them in with "night sights" and probably erroneously. Sub "night" with "low vis conditions."

    Ahrends are beautiful and I'll end up getting a pair sooner or later for one gun or another.

    Whatever got by the mastiffs guarding the door. :(
     
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