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Old November 12, 2004, 10:07 AM   #1
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Another IDPA Question

You guys have been great about answering all my questions about IDPA and I really appreciate it. Here's one more though. What kind of modifications are most people doing to their guns before taking them into compitetion? I.E.- Triggers, Sights, etc. I hear that the glock factory sights really blow and to be honest, out of the three or four hundred rounds that I've put through various glocks, I have to agree. Any particulars on a good set for glocks, sigs, and 1911's. Thanks again
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Old November 12, 2004, 10:50 AM   #2
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Sights are pretty personal. I know good shooters who use fiber optics (like Matt Burkett) and others who won't shoot anything but all black. Find something you like, and you won't be wrong.

I like the Dawson adjustable, and also the LPA. The LPA is definitely NOT a carryable sight, though, IMHO.


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