Night Sights for Glock 23

This is a discussion on Night Sights for Glock 23 within the General Firearm Discussion forums, part of the Related Topics category; Not trying to change your preferences. But, after installing night sights on several pistols, I REALLY like contrasting colors front-to-rear. Or go with bar-dot (rather ...

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    Not trying to change your preferences. But, after installing night sights on several pistols, I REALLY like contrasting colors front-to-rear. Or go with bar-dot (rather than three-dot) if you want the same color. In the dark, in a hurry, I just never want to be deciding which of three identical dots is...the front sight.
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