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Thread: Do you consider night sights essential on a carry gun?

  1. #101
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerberos View Post
    ...I'm surprised I haven't seen any other country folk post with anecdotes of dispatching possums and other annoying/destructive critters with their carry pistols...
    A red dot-equipped 10/22 ďpocket rifleĒ dispatches nighttime prowlers here.

    Iím not wasting perfectly good defensive ammo on a raccoon. ;-)

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    Yes... But I also like contrasting colors so I focus more on the front sight... I like Ameriglo for my Glocks.. My USP compact has orange rear sights and a green front sight, it makes a bit of difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NYH1 View Post
    I have Trijicon standard/regular night sights (green) on all my carry pistols, G19, G22, G26 and G34. I only have a weapon light on my G22. It's my secondary home HD gun. My Colt M4 (6920) is my primary, it has a weapon light as well.

    I have to get night sights for my 1911 one of these days.

    NYH1.
    I never answered the question. Yes, I find night sight necessity on carry guns.

    Just my $0.02, NYH1.

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    I prefer Warrens or Dawsons plain Black rear/ FO front. I do have Glock night sights on a G26 that I carried for Six years. For the last Four years Iíve carried a G19 with Warrens.
    On my newest pistol (M&P 2.0 Compact) I decided to try the HD XRís. I prefer the Warrens because I shoot with them better. They have a thinner front post and a more precise aiming point. I thought that since the XRís had the thinner front post I would like them better. I donít. I would like to have the advantage of tritium, but not at the cost of less accuracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frailer View Post
    A red dot-equipped 10/22 “pocket rifle” dispatches nighttime prowlers here.

    I’m not wasting perfectly good defensive ammo on a raccoon. ;-)
    I can't shoot coons...

    Had one as a pet once and now I'm a little partial to the sneaky bastards!

    Possums on the other hand...
    Death is lighter than a feather, Duty is heavier than a mountain. -Robert Jordan (adapted from the Japanese Imperial Rescript; WWII)

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    no , at low light conditions as soon as light comes on night sights go dark

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