pros - cheap, easy to install, keeps the low profilesr9shooter said:http://www.nitesiters.com/?gclid=CPrOo8TuopcCFQS7sgodYGa0_g
Has anyone used this product? If so what are the pros and cons? I am looking to remain low profile only with higher visibility.
Thanks!! I noticed in your pic that you just placed it on the front site. Did you have to trim the dot to get it to fit right. Also did you try one on the back?kbizzle said:i just posted about nitesiters in this thread (http://www.ktog.org/cgi-bin/yabb2/YaBB.pl?num=1227994782) and provided a blurry image of my nitesiter install. i highly recommend them as they greatly improve the sight picture in daylight / lighted situations. i don't think they're a substitute for tritium in terms of night sights though. they're only $10 and the install is much easier than paint. i fully admit that i'm a bad painter.
if you have trouble with the adhesive, you can add a tiny amount of superglue with a toothpick for a rather permanent bond.
I didn't trim the dot. I assume it's possible to trim the dot (although it is small). I just placed it at the crease of the top of the slide and the "blade" of the front sight. it kind of folded there when i pressed it and positioned it into place. It's been there for over a month. If it does finally fall off, I'm going to superglue it. It really helps me pick up the front site while presenting the gun to the target.sr9shooter said:Thanks!! I noticed in your pic that you just placed it on the front site. Did you have to trim the dot to get it to fit right. Also did you try one on the back?
Tell me how that works for you when you end up in court for having shot someone... "No, I don't use the sites on my gun."bro61 said:Who really uses the sights on these guns? I mean to practice realistically shouldn't you just point and shoot?
Same here ! They seem to be working on my Witness, but they are recess. Yes they work if you come in from outdoors" for about 10 min".ebk637 said:I had them on a few guns and they fell of after a week or two.
yes,i prepared surfaces correctly.clever but not real effective.IMHO