G23 night sights

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    G23 night sights

    I am going to put some Trijicon sights on my G23. I know it's personal preference but what would you prefer color wise? All green, yellow rear front green, orange rear front green?

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    Cool

    I prefer all green however if I was looking for contrast I would go with the yellow and green. I have all green Big Dot sights on my G-23.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old School View Post
    I prefer all green however if I was looking for contrast I would go with the yellow and green. I have all green Big Dot sights on my G-23.
    I, too, am quite okay with the all greens. I am not sure why anybody would need contrast.

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    I have all green Trijicon's on my G-23...a worth while investment IMHO...
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    I find the contrasting night sights be be easier to line up after having tried both. I have green front, yellow rear on my Glock 19.

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    I have all greens and love 'em. However, I'd consider the yellow/green combo on my next purchase. Why not, right?
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    I did not think it out at all; however went all green on my G-22; I really like them a lot! that is due to luck as I did not think about the contrast when I did it so I might like a contrast better and just do not know it ... But my point is all green works great as you can line the three dots up quickly and they really pop out in low light conditions!

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    Personally prefer all green, but if going for contrast it would be yellow on green. Just because orange lamps only last about half the time of the other two colors.
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    Never gave it much thought. I have always had green on all mine but I must say this.

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    I currently have all green on mine, but think green rear and yellow front would not be a bad combo. Anything to make the front sight stand out is good in my opinion
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    Thanks guys, $90 seem like a decent price for the sights from optics planet?
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