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Old 04-25-2019, 05:40 PM   #11
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Nope. Dead on. Point of aim is point of impact. Both on my full-sized ones (P99, PPQ, MR9) and the 99c.
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Old 05-07-2019, 03:47 PM   #12
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TFX PRO With Orange Ring WA1P FOR P99

I have a set of the TFX PRO series truglo i am taking off today-i have the front and back-These are the ones for the P99 and PPQ M2 Navy I believe.. the set I will sell for 100.00 plus $12.00 for 112.00 shipped ground UPS..The sights are 6 months old.They have the orange ring and are very bright as you know the TFX series has the Bells and whistles and it works.The U notch will put you on target fast and i seriously just shot a 15 shot rapid fire group at 10 yards with about a 4 inch spreed.REASON I am selling them is I love truglo sights these are U notch and My eyes do not fix on the square post and the U notch -so the front sight wants to move side to side until it thinks its right..NO CAN DO so it must go..My loss your gain- SIGHTS have been fitted and it was work to put them on a P99 but I assure you they will go right into yours with just a little help.SET SCREW etc and wrench and locktite $$60.00 shipped && If you can find them this is a deal.cash or paypal " I appreciate the comment ---I did not realize the price has dropped so much and they are used no matter how you look at it "RIGHT ?" I always try to give people a good deal
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Old 05-07-2019, 09:13 PM   #13
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cslater, you might have better luck selling in the trading post under general interest. FYI the tfx pros for p99/ppq can be had brand new for $116 shipped so price might be a bit high.
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Old 05-08-2019, 01:35 AM   #14
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Just hit the range this past weekend with the Trijicon HDs. I didn’t quite put enough rounds down to determine my POI, but if there was any shift it wasn’t much. I’ll hit the range another day and see how it goes.
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Old 05-08-2019, 07:59 AM   #15
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cslater, you might have better luck selling in the trading post under general interest. FYI the tfx pros for p99/ppq can be had brand new for $116 shipped so price might be a bit high.
I said the same thing. I bought my TFX pros for my Q from a forum member for only $65. Not that he would drop that low but I would by a new set for that price.
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Old 05-09-2019, 06:47 AM   #16
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I've never had that issue with my TFX or TFX Pros. Best EDC sights I've ever mounted and I've tried a bunch but that's why there are a bunch out there.

Good luck and I hope your next setup works out for you.
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Old 05-09-2019, 08:43 AM   #17
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Price Drop to 60.00 Dollars --That is a better bargain and these have been fitted --in itself that was a hour job 80.00 plus--I did not realize the price of these had dropped so much...


BTW I purchased a set of LPA Fully Adj Phos sights and will let you know how they shoot --so far the POA and quick pic up is very good if i dont go straight to the target when i see the back sight i dont leave them on the gun....TRAINING IS EVERYTHING
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I've mounted lots of TFX and TFX Pros. I'm not sure what you mean by "fitted" but I've never had to take a file to any of my sights to mount them on any of my Walthers.
I've mounted them on a Q45, three PPQ 9mm, two P99s and a P99c, both the TFX and TFX Pros.

What does fitted mean?
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I'm not sure what you mean by "fitted" but I've never had to take a file to any of my sights to mount them on any of my Walthers.

What does fitted mean?
I have. If a sight is slightly oversize and won't at least start into the dovetail it may need to be trimmed down a little. It doesn't take much. Just a little bit with some 320 grit emery cloth. With so many different manufacturers of firearms and sights I don't think its reasonable to expect everything to fit perfectly all of the time.

Of the last two P38 front sights I installed one went right in and the other needed to be fit. When I put Trijicon sights on my P99C the rear sight wouldn't even start. It took about five seconds of sanding and then it slide right in.
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I was talking very specifically about the TruGlo TFX and TFX Pro sights especially the rear sights.
I have seen a number of sights ruined by filing.

There is a reason these sights are made to be fitted extremely tight to the point of "boy these things won't even start". They are designed for EDC use.
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