No, I have not tried them. But now I'd like to, on a no-risk sort of basis only.
What I need to do is get someone to buy a set and mail me their Glock slide... So I can put them through a match, and then mount them on your gun... (I install sights on probably 3 or 4 local shooters Glock's each month).
My problem with them (and this has been based COMPLETELY on pics on the web) is how hard it looks like it would be to reacquire the front sight on a .10-.15 split (follow-up shot).
Fast splits on a 10-15 yard target look like they'd require some serious work hunting for the front sight as it returns to the notch from recoil. Factory Glock sights, and traditional night sights for them like meprolights and whatnot, offer a horrible sight picture for shooting fast. A taller pair of sights and a bit of a gap on either side of the front post make the quick shooting of paired shots much easier.
(For reference, my competition gun and my carry gun are both wearing these...)
But I could be way off base... Like I said, I'm basing my opinion of the product on pictures. And that's a horrible way to evaluate sights.
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