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    Quote Originally Posted by Bucky View Post
    I値l assume you are referring to the length of the G19 grip. The grip in the hand feels fatter then a G17 to those of use with smaller hands due to the hump placement. To bad GLOCK didn稚 go the original route of the rare Gen 1 G19 that is a gut down 17 grip. It took a Gen 4 / no backstrap option 19 for me to ever consider one for carry.
    Grip reduced Glocks are the bomb compared to the "ergonomics" initially employed.

    A G19 that has the hump removed and flattened to a proper 11コ angle is an excellent pointing and fairly well shooting gun. All it needs after that is to not have a mushy trigger; And group better than 4" at 25y; And not have crappy plastic sights; And after that it's basically just a plastic, safety-less, 1911...
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    I brought my G45s during my first time with Mr. White. The stock sights were fine and I managed a Dark Pin.

    While I'm back the Beretta buddies again, occasionally I'll still bring a G45 since most new shooters are using Glocks and it helps when volunteering with classes. I've been thinking that I can't be the only one who would buy a metal version of the stock black-and-white sights.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yung View Post
    I brought my G45s during my first time with Mr. White. The stock sights were fine and I managed a Dark Pin.

    While I'm back the Beretta buddies again, occasionally I'll still bring a G45 since most new shooters are using Glocks and it helps when volunteering with classes. I've been thinking that I can't be the only one who would buy a metal version of the stock black-and-white sights.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yung View Post
    I brought my G45s during my first time with Mr. White. The stock sights were fine and I managed a Dark Pin.

    While I'm back the Beretta buddies again, occasionally I'll still bring a G45 since most new shooters are using Glocks and it helps when volunteering with classes. I've been thinking that I can't be the only one who would buy a metal version of the stock black-and-white sights.
    In the event you really want to:

    https://store.teamglock.com/gun-part...ght-6-5mm.html

    https://store.teamglock.com/gun-part...t-w-screw.html

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    I used to love the Glock sight picture until my eyes aged. I actually looked for those for a few years in the pre internet days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blues View Post
    For all the bitchin' and moanin' about the crap plastic OEM sights on Glocks I got by with them from 1988 and 1995 through 2017 on two of my guns respectively.

    (That said, I do appreciate the upgraded sights now that I got spoiled by the recommendations of the fancy people hanging out hereabouts. )
    I've never had a problem with the plastic factory sights. I've helped a bunch of dudes find their aftermarket sights, alternatively from downrange and the parking lot.

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    Gaston doesn't care what I want in a handgun and in turn, I don't care why he's cussing under his breath. But the plastic adjustable (for windage) sights was a good move. The "points" gained from such meant Glock didn't have to resort to other "features" to ensure the first G17 was importable to the US, such as a magazine disconnect.
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    Thanks for the tips fellas, I guess this must be my lucky day.

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