Re: Handgun Sights
I like the low novak-style combat rear sights and a dovetail-blade front sight post.
The original low profile sights on a 1911-A1 government have never bothered me. Liked them since I was a kid.
On revolvers (non-hunting) I've always very much preferred a full top strap sighting groove instead of a rear sight...like on a Ruger Police Service Six .357, and some SA revolvers...love the sight picture. (It's almost impossible for a groove to lose zero too)
I like the two dot system where the front sight has a dot and the rear sight has a single dot that aligns directly under the front.
But I've never liked the 3-dot sights. Even when the front sight dot is a different color than the rear sight dots, in a really stressful situation they can be badly misaligned in a rapid sight picture.
The white outlined rear sight and dot front sight combination has served me well on my old Glock.
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