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TRUGLO Fiber-Optic Front and Rear Handgun Sights for Smith & Wesson Pistols

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Created with Raphaël 2.1.28.2010
BVR Rating 57 reviews
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Analysis of 57 reviews for TRUGLO Fiber-Optic Front and Rear Handgun Sights for Smith & Wesson Pistols

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We analyzed a total of 57 reviews for this product out of which, 0 reviews were received in the last 6 months.

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This product received a total score of 8.17 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 7 features:

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  • What users have to say about TRUGLO Fiber-Optic Front and Rear Handgun Sights for Smith & Wesson Pistols


    It was obvious that putting an Apex FSS Trigger kit in made a difference. However, I didn't expect that replacing the sights with inexpensive fiber optic dots would be as significant to my shooting as the expensive Apex Trigger job.


    If you don't like dealing with that, you can take these to a gunsmith to have them installed. The sights themselves are awesome when shooting outdoors, which is what I wanted.


    It's a perfect upgrade for my Sd40ve even though it's not compatible with the ve line because it's not easy to install and fit with the tool required.


    If you want to remove the front sight from the slide, you need to pull up on the back of the C-clip and then pull toward the back of the slide.


    The obvious difference was that I put an Apex FSStrigger kit in, rather than the 2.0 model I use for UPL competition shooting.

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