I've been looking at the Meprolight front blade for my GRS as well. Opticsplanet has it on sale for about $45 right now...
tcecil88 said:I thought about seeing if it could be converted to .357. Probably not cost effective though.
tcecil88 said:I have an older (1960's?) S&W Model 67-1
nitesite said:The next one I want to get trits for is a GLOCK29 10mm which would be pretty damn sweet! I'll probably go with Trijicons again since they are so rugged and have a 12-year warranty.
LAZY EYED SNIPER said:One VERY important thing to remember...
If you order the Meprolight bead, or ANY night sights for that matter, be sure to call and find out on what date the item they'll be sending you was made. Depending on where you buy them, some aftermarket sights can sit in warehouse stock for several years before they're sold/shipped. This can mean that their expected life-span could be half over by the time they're in your hands. A lot of the problems people experience with night sights and short life-span can be attributed to this timing issue, not simply defective product.
LAZY EYED SNIPER said:As far as the 12 year life expectancy goes, I'm sure there's a bit of technicality there. I would imagine that the sights may have tested to be technically functional for "up to" 12 years, but their actual peak luminescence averages closer to 7 years. There can be a big disconnect between what the manufacturer deems functional and what we expect out of the product.