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Old January 7, 2000, 02:09 AM   #4
George Hill
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Join Date: October 14, 1998
Location: North Carolina
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One thing to remember - The colors effect the shooters ability to gain his/her sight picture - not the actual point of impact...

I have suggested this to some folks - some pistols have sight inserts drilled into them With these sights you can change the inserts (the drilled - not dovetailed) by pushing out the white plastic insert and using some crayola crayons and refilling the hole with the wax of your choice. Green red and Yellow are all good choices and you can play with the colors... find a combo that helps your eyes pick up the sights better at on your usual targets. Glow in the dark crayons do not really give you night sights...

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