Hey looking for tricks to help reduce front sight glare on my Blackhawk. Most lights it's ok but certain lights the ramp washes out pretty bad. It's plain black and silver soldered onto the barrel . The issue appears to be really shallow serations. Don't have this issue with my single six which or model 60 have slightly steeper ramps with much deeper serations. My eyes are ok and I don't usually have problems seeing iron sights. You can see In the picture how shallow the serations are. I had work done to the gun recently and wanted to have the sight replaced at that time, but told the Smith to hold off on and the sight replacement just do the original agreed upon work for now. Didn't want to go over budget, especially with a little one just around the corner. But now I'm considering sending it back when taxes come in to have the sight done. I set this gun up as a light weight hunting side arm, but haven't taken it in the woods yet on account that I haven't gotten it dialed in yet. I've taken to the range twice after work when I had time. Both times k had the same light and the sight would wash out when trying to dial in at 25 yards. I have it grouping very nice at 10 yards, but when I get out to 25 and the glare comes on its it's hard to be precise. So I've been toting my gp100 in the mean time this deer season. Would really love to get this figured out. Here's a pic of the front sight. The serations are very very shallow and you can barely feel them when running your fingers over them when compared to my single six. The blueing isn't worn on the sight, just a glare from the overhead light.