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dexter9659
07-24-2010, 5:07 PM
I like the night sight adjustable versions of both the Champion Model 860-793 http://www.gunaccessories.com/ChampionGunSights/860-093.jpg


I have equal interest in the Dawson Adjustable Night Sights http://speedshooter.com/images/ADFRGL.jpg

Lastly, I have to consider the Meprolight Adjustable Night Sights in for the sake that I have heard they are good.

Thoughts?

Greg-Dawg
07-24-2010, 5:09 PM
1. Yes.
2. Glock sights.

randy
07-24-2010, 5:44 PM
If you want great adjustable sites for your Glock get them milled in to the slide. I would say Bo Mar but I think they quit making sites but there are plenty of others that would work.

esskay
07-24-2010, 6:16 PM
If you want great adjustable sites for your Glock get them milled in to the slide. I would say Bo Mar but I think they quit making sites but there are plenty of others that would work.

I saw a nice Glockworx gun with the rear adjustable sights melted into the slide, I think they were Dawson.

9mmepiphany
07-24-2010, 8:23 PM
I would say Bo Mar but I think they quit making sites
i think he died a couple of years ago

45R
07-24-2010, 8:28 PM
Can anyone tell me if the impact zone has changed once they put a longslide on their glock. I ask this because I am debating putting adjustable sights on my G20L as apposed to standard fixed sights.

Second. Can anyone tell me of a GREAT set of adjustable glock sights that will fit the G20, should I go that direction?


I had a Glock 34 and have a G17. The adjustable Glock sights are junk. I put a standard set of fixed 9mm rear sights on the 34 and its the same set up I have for the 17. POA/POI are the same on both the 17 and 34.

dexter9659
07-25-2010, 12:57 PM
bump for update.

Gryff
07-25-2010, 2:22 PM
Glock factory adjustable sights blow. You'd be better off painting a line down the top of your slide and pointing it at the target. Among competitive shooters who use drop-in replacement sights, the Dawson adjustable tends to be the most popular:

http://www.dawsonprecision.com/ProductDetail.jsp?LISTID=2160000-1094593467

They mention on the page that you should use a .285 or .300 tall front sight.

If you want great adjustable sites for your Glock get them milled in to the slide. I would say Bo Mar but I think they quit making sites but there are plenty of others that would work.

i think he died a couple of years ago

Bo-Mar is definitely no more. Robert Korzeniewski (the founder of Bo-Mar) died in 2006, and then his son (who took over the company) died in 2007. It's my understanding that the assets of the company have been part of an estate fight since that time.

Champion sights use the same basic design as the Bo-Mars:

http://www.gunaccessories.com/ChampionGunSights/Adjustablesights4Pistols.asp

dexter9659
07-25-2010, 8:03 PM
bump for update