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    I'm looking at purchasing a set of these for my XDM .40.

    Anyone have any experience with them ?

    XS Sight info below;

    Video of them in use - http://blutube.policeone.com/Clip.as...01819A30920F48

    "Guy shoots 25yds, 50yds, 75yds, 100yds." Of course not all of that has to do with the sights

    XS 24/7 Express sights are the finest sights made for fast sight acquisition in all light conditions. Day Light, Half-Light, or Low-Light, just "dot the I". Fast, simple and effective. This is the ultimate self defense sight system that provides sights you can see around the clock.
    Features:
    [*]Enhances sight acquisition in all light conditions [*]Ultimate "Flash Sight" picture [*]Excels in high stress defensive situations [*]Improves Low-Light accuracy [*]Low profile, snag free design [*]Available with Big Dot Tritium or Standard Dot Tritium front sight [*]Trijicon® Tritium vials








    -5 24/7 Big Dot
    Big Dot Tritium Front,
    24/7 Tritium Rear



    -6 24/7 Std. Dot
    Standard Tritium Front,
    24/7 Tritium Rear



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    When I was shooting IDPA and USPSA, I used to use these sights (I liked the small dot better). I also used XS (well, back when it was Ashley) ghost ring sights on a Marlin Guide Gun and used a front tritium blade on a SOCOM 16.

    I am a fan of them, although they do take some getting used to when getting out past 35 yards. I find the larger dot somewhat difficult in making accurate shots out past this distance.

    They are wonderful for quick sight acquisition at shorter ranges. If I had any advice to give, it would be to go with the smaller front.

    They are very well made sights.
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    Awesome, Thanks.

    I don't think I've ever tried to shoot past 100 feet though.





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    The small dot is similar to my factory non-night Sig sights. I find that I have WAY faster target acquisition with those sights than any 3 dot sights I have shot and even faster than with the Heine Straight 8 sights my buddy swears by. I have been seriously considering them for a while and keep hoping to run into someone who has them installed to see if these work as well for me.
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    The ghost ring sights remind me of the 02/Night Site/LowLight/Close Range (Whatever they call it these days)sight on the M16.

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    I have XS Big Dot sights on all of my fighting guns.
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    Awesome. I have a set on my Glock19

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    Bravo_Sierra wrote:
    Awesome. I have a set on my Glock19
    Big Dot, Small Dot ?



    Also Catass, why the big Dot ?

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