Discussion in 'Gear & Accessories' started by easysteve, Jan 14, 2010.
Anyone use them? How do you like them?
I have them and love em'
I have them on several Glocks. I really like them. I use the yellow rear and the green front. They are very bright. The yellow isn't as bright as the green which makes it easier to pick up.
Nice, thanks for the input guys.
Wow, thanks for the heads up.
WOW, that is an excellent price! Who installs them locally?
It is a good price but $11 for shipping, considering the size and weight of the package, seems a little steep.
Gunsmith in Oregon city (recommended by NW Armory) does them. For an XD I was quoted $69. this included cutting off the original sites on the XD, mounting the TFO's and bore sighting.
Will probably have it done next week.
don't have the name or number with me but if anyone is interested I can post it later...??
**** yeah, throw the info up plz.
easysteve, here's the info
Clackamas County Gunsmith
503 730 4808
I have them on my p226, they are my favorite sights but I'm not sure I would use them on a duty gun on in a hard holster ( like a serpa ) they seem a little brittle but for a night stand gun or range gun I would put them on any of my guns
Yeah, I was looking at some XS express sights too and are giving them a thought as well.
If you order them from Botach tactical, you can save 10% by typing in "stimulus" into the coupon code box at check out. I just installed my TFO's on my Glock and they are fantastic. I have owned Trijicon night sights in the past but there's nothing like the TFO's that I have seen. I got the all green ones and they are BRIGHT!
I'd steer clear of Botach. I placed an order there and waited, and waited, and waited, and emailed, and emailed and canceled after 2 months of not receiving my order. They were the cheapest but had I known how they operate, I would never have started there. I had my order from Brownells in 3 days. Check around as Botach is also known as Bend Over *##@!
TFO's ROCK.. And they're so easy to install on a Glock that anyone should be able to do it..:thumbup:
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