I installed Heinie's SlantPro Straight Eight Night Sights on my CT about a month ago all I can say is wow
they are great for fast & easy vertical alignment of target http://www.heinie.com/slanteight.php
HK4Life- I bought the usp ct w/ 3 mags,2 holsters,thread protector and the rest of the usual stuff for $700 American from a gent on gb. So it didn't come w/ns, but I felt it was an OK deal since the pistol was only 4 months old w/ 50 rds thru the pipe.
I'm gonna get a suppressor down the road a bit. As we all know rules(laws) can be bent.......
Dunno if anyone known/tried this .. www.nitesiters.com ... its a glow in the dark based sticker and after some light, it can glow for quite a while. And at about $10, it can be used for 2-3 guns.. perhaps some cheaper alternatives.
I agree with other posters that night sights are an absolute must on a 'working' or carry pistol. My thoughts on sight types...
Using them at a Force on Force class made me a believer in XS Big Dot sights. They are darn quick for 'gunfighting' and fast target acquisition. I believe it takes some work to get used to the big front dot if you are trying to shoot precision or range with your pistol.
Having said that I've been happy with Trijicon and Tro-Glo sites. I like what I've read about the Ameriglo operator configuration that emphasizes the front dot - a la XS Big Dot, but they may be more 'precise'.
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