Night sights???

Night sights???

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    Night sights???

    Hey there Guys/Gals--- I've been thinking about Mepro (?) sights for my M&P 9mm Compact, but don't know what would be best if I go for it. Any suggestions as to what I should think about or look at? Also, if it is able to be self installed, it had better be EASY! Thanks in advance.
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    Meps or Trijicons...either would be just fine (I have both). My Trij's are all green and my Meps are green front/yellow rear. I prefer the all green. I have my gun shop install them...they do it at no charge when I buy them there. It only takes a few minutes.
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    I have truglo tfo on my glock, I like them since they are bright night or day.

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    I shoot outdoors at a covered range. Honestly, I have a very hard time seeing my Meprolight night sights in that environment. I replaced those Meps with a set of Truglo TFO sights..........makes a big difference. The fiber optics work day or night. I really like them.
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    THANKS for all the replies--- looks like TruGlo has the most votes!
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    There was a good review with photos of those a few days ago in this forum.

    Sorry I would look for it but I'm using my phone right now so kind of hard.

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    XEERO: Found it under April 18th--- Thanks for the tip: it really helped!
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    All my Glocks have TFOs, the other guns I have with nite sights are a mix of brands but I prefer all green dots regardless of who makes the sights. I never liked the dual color dots.
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    The only night sights I will use now are the TFO's. I have used all the top names and the problem with most night sights is they wash out in bright sun light. If you have type I diabetic like me it sure don't help. The TFO's are so bright during the day you would swear they had tiny batteries inside them, lol!!! Don't use a hammer and a punch. Either pay someone who has a sight pusher, or buy one yourself. Not sure where you live but if you are close to me I will do it for you.
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    I've always used Meps or Trijicons. I like the smaller dot of the Trijicons a bit better. Green/Green.

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    I like Mepros. During the day its just a normal three dot sight. At dusk and later its three very recognizable green dots. It works for me.
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    NCHornet--- Thanks for the offer, but I'm in Ohio!
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    THANKS for all the input. I just ordered the Mepros (?) in all green. Hope this will do the job.
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    All my Glocks have TruGlo TFO. I really like them, Day or Night
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    I'd have a gunsmith do it,M&P sights are really tight and the safety plunger and spring are retained by it also. If your not expecting it you'll launch the spring and spacer for the safety plunger.

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