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    Default Glock adjustable sights

    I have a G34 that I shoot in a few matches from time to time that I've done some custom work to.

    I'm still using the stock factory sights but have been debating changing them to either a matched set of adjustable sights or at the least an adjustable rear that will work with the stock front. Does anyone have any suggestions/experience with these?

    I've found a factory glock rear but its plastic and 2 other sights but they are from companies I've never heard of before.
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    Default Re: Glock adjustable sights

    I love the Dawson Precision sights on my G35. I have another set on my 2011......

    The adjustable sights on Glocks can be high. Make sure they fit your holster.


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    Default Re: Glock adjustable sights

    I use Meprolight adjustable night sights on my G29. I like em and never really had an issue after 5k rounds so far and about 3 years of use. Seem pretty low and work well in my IWB holster. I think they cost me around 100 installed.
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    Default Re: Glock adjustable sights

    Thanks for the input.

    Dawson was one of the sets I had never heard of when I was searching. They looked like a solid product but getting some feedback from others is always a plus.
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