Taurus TCP sights problem

Taurus TCP sights problem

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    Taurus TCP sights problem

    I have a Taurus TCP that I love as a pocket carry gun. I like that it's DAO and and I've finally gotten it broken in so no more FTFs. My only complaint is the sights. I find them hard to see. I have the SS model. I tried some Nitesiters, but found them very hard to apply and they did not stay in place. Any ideas? I love the gun otherwise so getting another brand/model is not an option.
    Glock 22, 27, Taurus TCP
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    Paint the sights? I used white nail polish (base coat) and florescent model paint on our LCPs.

    CT laser?
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    +1 for painting the sights.... white base with flourescent pains cant be beat ......... These are the sights on my ruger SR40C.
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    +1 for the CT laser.

    I didn't think too much about them until I got one. It is great. I can easily put all 7 rounds in a business card at 7 yards. Only problem is finding holsters to fit.

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    My wifes is painted and works good. easy to shoot a 2 inch group at 7 yards. We have two of the TCPs. One hasa yellow front sight this one is orange, Both blacked out rear sight. I used some trucj touch up paint on the rear front is a craft paint my wife has.

    Add something to your grip to help with grip control. Piece of inner tube or a hogue slip on they do help, Thats a piece of old 1.75" inner tube you can see the top of on my wifes tcp.

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    Ok finally got the picture posting down. Sigh!

    Thanks for all the replies. Great ideas. I especially like the orange/yellow front site and blacked out rear site hardluk1. Also like the use of the inner tube. I have Limbsaver grips on my Glocks, but they don't make one for the TCP. Great idea!

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    Glock 22, 27, Taurus TCP
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    You got the photo thang down all right. Thats just about how I cut the inner tube for our pistols. Not as purdy but cheaper. ha

    My latest inner tube grip.

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