On my expert I have kept the blacked out sights. I find it easy to shoot accurately during the day. When I shoot a match with it during the day I am amazed at how accurate it is. At night I find it a little harder to see the front sight, but not too bad unless it's really dark. On my vp9's and my USP I have these sights
I really like these. I won't change my expert or the vp9L. I even like the stock luminescent sights on my p30's. I think the blacked out rear with a fiber optic front is best for competition, but I don't see much difference regardless of the sights. The only challenge is when the targets get smaller, then obviously the stock sights make it harder because the front sight covers the whole target.
I've never used the trijicon's.
Tried the Expert stock sights, not a fan, actually I only shot 50 rds, and cleaned and back in storage, so I never really zeroed, or mucked w them. Maybe one day I will.
Are the black out sights 6o’clock hold??
Or standard cover hold? If cover, how to determine where to aim with the blackout front and rear??”