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Curious if you have ever used XS big dot sights and how they compare to these?
I am sorry but the massive screw on top is unsightly. I have been using Ameriglo Caps and love them.
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OK, so you're saying there's an "unsightly screw" on a butt ugly gun, right?
Just kidding! We ALL know Glocks are NOT ugly.
Like I said, I prefer a Torx, but that's even harder to find in the field. Are there any other suggestions?
Seriously, besides carrying a tool kit around, I thought the (+) screw was the correct answer to the problem.
Anyway, I'm open to suggestions...
That's a nice sight by the way.I have been using Ameriglo Caps and love them.
I don't really care about an ugly screw. (Whoa, that line can get me in trouble.) That's not where my focus is. I mean, there's not much to improve the looks of a Glock after all. It is what it is.
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Now that's funny!I don't really care about an ugly screw. (Whoa, that line can get me in trouble.)
Well, I am biased...
Because the Pro-Sight V-DOT DOES SHOOT and we can (and have) proven it in World Class competition against some of the BEST shooters in the World.
No brag, just fact.
DRM has been addressing specific questions as they've come up and the inquirers seem to be satisfied with the answers. I don't see how DRM could avoid addressing questions or issues (the screw) regarding the sights.
BTW, the screw can always be changed out for one of your choice, I think it's a 6-32 thread. The SS screw was in response to request and concerns from operators, real operators, that face conditions that could rust non-SS screws.
I'm too young to be this old!
Getting old isn't good for you!
Again, I went with the stainless by request of guys in the field using them. They had rust issues and then the Allen socket would strip out. So, we went with the SS (+) screw.
Blacking out the screw is a pretty simple procedure, but it needs to be done after the sights are installed and you're happy with the zero.
Here's how I recommend you zero them:
Just a quick question about these sights, would you be able to zero them at your facility? I'm not handy at this type of thing and really have no where to have this done. Thank you
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