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    I am looking for suggestions of night sights for my glock 19

    I just picked up my CPL today and since I am going to be carrying a lot from now on I want to be prepared

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    I have this set on my G19 and love them.



    http://cgi.ebay.com/Trijicon-Tritium...item5d2813d6f1

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    +1 for Trijicon.

    There's no quality quite like a Trijicon sight/scope.
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    +1 for the trijicon night sights i have them on my XD they are great

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    I use Trijicon on my Glocks as well.

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    Not to mention they're a Michigan based company in Wixom, and huge supporters of our military.

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    I am on my second set of Trijicon sights on my G17.

    I also have Trijicons on my HK USP.

    I have Meprolights, that come stock, on a couple of other pistols. I prefer the Trijicons. I plan on replacing them with Trijicons.

    Turn around time, including shipping time, is about a week. Only need to send them the slide.

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    According to their site they don't make any for FN Herstal. :X
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    XS Express sights, in my opinion, are the very best combat sights on the market.



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    Since you are in Owosso, shoot me a PM I can help out with the install.

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    CV67PAT wrote:
    I am on my second set of Trijicon sights on my G17.

    I also have Trijicons on my HK USP.

    I have Meprolights, that come stock, on a couple of other pistols. I prefer the Trijicons. I plan on replacing them with Trijicons.

    Turn around time, including shipping time, is about a week. Only need to send them the slide.
    HAHA a week good luck with that i just had mine in there about 6 weeks ago took over 3 weeks to get mine back and i shipped it to them overnight and prepaid

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    Michigander wrote:
    XS Express sights, in my opinion, are the very best combat sights on the market.


    I have been seriously looking into the XS Big Dot sights after shooting a friends pistol that had them. When I practice close range,self-defense type, pointshooting I typically focus on the target and when my peripheral vision picks up the front sight between me and the target I fire. The XS sights work very well for that because that front sight looks like a golf ball sitting on top of your slide

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    My understanding is that they are the system that old African big game rifles used, because of the need for both accuracy and speed.

    It eliminates a lot of need to carefully line the sights up for well aimed shots. They basically allow for point shooting with the use of the sights, but also allow for really good accuracy. I have a very hard time understanding why they aren't more popular.
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    Zukirider wrote:
    CV67PAT wrote:
    I am on my second set of Trijicon sights on my G17.

    I also have Trijicons on my HK USP.

    I have Meprolights, that come stock, on a couple of other pistols. I prefer the Trijicons. I plan on replacing them with Trijicons.

    Turn around time, including shipping time, is about a week. Only need to send them the slide.
    HAHA a week good luck with that i just had mine in there about 6 weeks ago took over 3 weeks to get mine back and i shipped it to them overnight and prepaid
    As previously stated, I just had my G17 and USP40 done. It was actually 8 days from drop off at UPS to return receipt via UPS. Regular UPS ground both ways.

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    Im still irritated with trijicon about chickening out on the whole Bible verses serial numbers thing, so Ill be going with Meprolight on the XD.

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    I also have Trijicon night sights on my Glock 27 (my primary CC gun) ... seems like a quality set of sights ...

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    stainless1911 wrote:
    Im still irritated with trijicon about chickening out on the whole Bible verses serial numbers thing, so Ill be going with Meprolight on the XD.
    I am not upset with them, if it was up to them they would continue to make them the way they had been, but you can't hold it against a company that is just trying to survive. The government contract was going to be pulled, and I can't prove it but I'm guessing that the government contract was for a heck of a lot more ACOGs than the civilian market purchases.

    Trijicon is a good company and they make some of the best products on the market.

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