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Discussion in 'Shooting Gear and Storage' started by Rxster, Jun 7, 2010.

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  1. Rxster

    Rxster Member

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    I have a Glock 19 with factory sights on it. I really want to put a set of good sights on it. It is my EDC and used also to shoot some local matches with. Primary use is as a SD weapon.
    I am looking at the following:

    Sevigny carry sights-brother has them, likes them, seems really clear
    Heine slant pro-seems like the sevigny, haven't seen in person
    XS big dots-saw them on a S&W nightguard and really liked how they aimed

    Thoughts as to any of the above? I appreciate all input.

    Thanks
     
  2. frankt

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    I have both the Sevigny Carry sights and the Competition sights with the narrow Fiber Optic front sight.
    They are both great sights for competition and are widely used.
    I have XS Big Dot sights on two of my CCW Glocks and they are great for defensive purposes and you can actually hit accurately out pretty far with them but not as precise a sight picture as the Sevigny's.
    Pictures of the Sevigny Sights here:http://www.cpwsa.com/warren_sevigny_sights.htm
     
  3. Rxster

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    Thanks. I think I will be going with the Sevigny carry plain rear and Warren tritium front.
    SKD has them and I was wondering if anyone knew if they were a good company to deal with.
     
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    i have xs sights on all three of my handguns. my glock 23, and my 2 xd service models, i love them, and they are imho the best option for defense.
     
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