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Sights on an LCP

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by tlakidd, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. tlakidd

    tlakidd Eugene Member

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    Anyone our there put an after market sights on there LCP. If so what kind and could you post some pictures. The front sight is terrible to locate on near darkness so I was considering having a gunsmith install a night sight on the front and possibly the rear. Don't know that the rear is necessary. I understand the view that the gun is not designed for distance shots. And to those that use that argument then why does the PM9 have sights, the small revolvers have sights?

    Over preparred is not a bad thing when it would cost under $100. When you are at the range it is nice to have sights. When practicing or shooting for enjoyment they are nice to have.
    tlakidd
     
  2. sprice37

    sprice37 Albany Oregon Active Member

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    Crimson Trace on mine. It works great and does not add much mass to the little bugger.
     
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    bt97006 Aloha Member

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    deen_ad Vancouver, WA Well-Known Member

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    I carry it in my bathrobe pocket. Hopefully it'll be enough to get the 12 GA or the .45.
     
  5. elsullo

    elsullo Portland Oregon New Member

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    I recommend that you experiment and put a blob of typewriter correction fluid on the front site. It's fairly durable, easy to touch up, and removes quickly with any solvent. But mainly, it is BRIGHT in low light! It is made of cellulose (plant) fibers, each one of which is a light-pipe. I use White-Out on all of my pistol front sites, because it WORKS..........................elsullo :thumbup: