I'm sending the slide of my USP45 to Robar to get their NP3 finish. I want a good set of night sights to install afterwards. Should I get Trijicon or Meprolight?
Post a picture when you get it back. BTY had the Trijicons on my USP for about 3 years they work great you will love em.Justin said:
Bud White said:Why ? i think the HE fimish is one of the best out there in stock form Glock is the other i just cant see doing it unless the finsh is really warn
Ohh and i like Trijicon wonder if they allow factory pick ups its just up road from me
I sent my M1A off to ROBAR for a complete tuneup. The did the interior of the rifle in NP3 and the exterior in ROGARD (black). The effect of that was to virtually eliminate the need to lube the piece. Reason being as metal parts bear against each other the NP3 peels off molecules and the effect is to self lubricate. The other bonus is that cleaning is a snap. Basically just wipe the piece down and run a rod down the barrel with a patch and you're done. But because of the shiny finish, I preferred to keep the NP3 on the inside. The ROGARD is just as good and it's a nice flat black.Justin said:
I don't know, I have a set of 18 year old Trijicons that are still quite bright, Meprolight states up to 15 years of usable light. I know from experience that Meprolights are no brighter than Trijicons, they are sometimes less expensive.Meprolights as being longer lasting, brighter and less expensive than Trijicons.
Ahhh well....I think a lot of that has to do with effective advertising and departmental contracts for the equipment. Very few street cops or administrators for that matter are "into" their firearms enough to really get involved in the small details of such things.rocky said:From the reports of local PD officers, they seem to prefer the Trijicon's for durability and longevity.