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As you can see in my Avatar I am the VERY proud owner of a Springfield Range Officer. I started shooting it and found that my old eyes couldn't do the black on black thing sooo, I put a Meprolight Big dot on the front. I am still having a problem with getting properly lined with the back being black...any suggestions for the Rear sight?? I really like having the original adjustable on it but I need something on it for the old eyes to pick it up right!! Here it what it loks like Property Cabinetry Wood Countertop Toy

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Awesome Dutch !!

...whatcha been feeding it, besides steroids !?

That back sight is like a billboard...maybe you can rent that space out...:p
 

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Awesome Dutch !!

...whatcha been feeding it, besides steroids !?

That back sight is like a billboard...maybe you can rent that space out...:p
It comes in the box like that. I am having a hard time getting a good sight picture with all of that black. I need some color around the u on the rear.
 

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I've actually seen people use Testor's white model paint...and even nail polish...

to make a white outline around the notch...brings your eyes right to it !!

S&W makes their rear combat sights like that straight from the factory...
 

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I've actually seen people use Testor's white model paint...and even nail polish...

to make a white outline around the notch...brings your eyes right to it !!

S&W makes their rear combat sights like that straight from the factory...
That sounds good. I will have to try it.
 

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Seriously...on S&W boxes they list the combat setups contained within with

two letter codes...TT TH RR WO = Target Trigger / Target Hammer / Red Ramp / White Outline

The white outline does draw the eye to the notch,,,then to the red ramp,,,which covers the target.
 

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Seriously...on S&W boxes they list the combat setups contained within with

two letter codes...TT TH RR WO = Target Trigger / Target Hammer / Red Ramp / White Outline

The white outline does draw the eye to the notch,,,then to the red ramp,,,which covers the target.
So just do a small line like on a Glock on the u ?
 

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I use the fluorescent hobby paint, and outline the sight as SHOOTER13 has done. I have found that white and green colors work best for me.
 
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