I agree also. In the dark they're as sharp as a tack but in low level light,It would have been nice if the factory night sights had white rings around the lamps.
While very usable, of all of my pistols with night sights my CBOB's (its an 07) are (or seem) the smallest. I am comparing them to Trijicon and Meprolight. White rings would aide a great deal in picking them up during the day. Sounds like the newer models have them now.I think you would be hard pressed to find something "better" than what comes standard on the CBOB. If these are too small, I kind of cringe to think of how much bigger of a sight you want.
Old eyes too huh? ... CT Laser Grips for many reasons..I really like My new CBOB but the one shortcoming, at least for my tired old eyes is the relatively small sights. The rear sights are fine but a larger front sight, perhaps a fiber optic would be easier to pick up quicker. Any thoughts/recommendations?
Lookin' good..My USPSA comp gun has sights alot like that. They're very good for speed shooting (for me)I had trouble getting a good sight picture with the factory night sights plus the
CBOB shot high so I installed a Dawson F.O. front sight (.180" tall, .100" wide) and a Dawson adjustable rear sight (just in case the front sight didn't solve the problem. It did and I could have bought a fixed rear sight and it would have been fine.) I really like the new sight picture.
I put the narrow Dawson F.O. front sight on my STI Trojan that I shoot plates with and liked them quite a bit so installed similar sights on my CBOB. (I kept the plain, black adjustable sights that came on the STI.)Lookin' good..My USPSA comp gun has sights alot like that. They're very good for speed shooting (for me)
I like those finger groove grips too but only have them on a Officer size frame..They really help on the short grip..With my hands anyway but I think Oscar Meyer made my fingers..
Hmmmm??I just don't have the heart to cover the checkering on the CBOB though the button in the CTs covers a bit.