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I'm looking to replace the crappy adjustable Meprolights on my Kimber Custom Eclipse II. I prefer a snag-free, fixed, non-3 dot type and I'm pretty much inclining towards Heinie Slant Pros. I had them on my G30 before and they worked great.

What night sights do you have on your 1911?

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I've got Novak low mount night sights on my parkerized SA Champion (the sights it came with) and I love them! It's the only reason I bought the Champion instead of the full size stainless I had intended to buy when I walked in the shop.

Novak low mounts are my favorite sights and have been since the first time I saw them. Really glad that's what Springfield has decided to go with.

Mac

[This message has been edited by Maclean3 (edited 08-07-2001).]
 

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Glock_Racer, you should check out the MMC adjustable line of sights. They offer many different styles of tritium and non tritium sights. Contact them at www.mmcsight.com or at 800-998-7483. Talk to Rob or Beth, they are very knowledgeable people, and are easy to deal with.
 

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I got Heinie!
In all seriousness, I have a set of straight 8's on my Kimber Classic Stainless. They are the best.

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Does anyone have a link to pictures of the various night sights? Would like to compare a few for my future Kimber Custom Classic purchase.
 
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