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Old 11-04-2019, 10:26 AM   #1
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Truglo TFX Sight Question

Is anyone running the Truglo TFX Fiber Optic/Tritium sights on their PPS M2? I'm considering getting this set for my PPQ SC, but first I'd like to know how tight the sight picture is (or better yet, the measurements of the front sight post width and the rear sight notch width).

I prefer a target sight picture vs. a combat sight picture, so the tighter the better. The night sights on my PPQ M2 have a super wide rear notch and I'm hoping to avoid that with these sights.
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Old 11-05-2019, 11:29 AM   #2
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In the PPQ section I measured all the dimensions of the TFX night sights including I believe the notch. This was about two years ago or so, so you may need to look but it is there.

I believe the basic shape will not change. That being said, the TFX and TFX Pro sights are set up for a combat hold (sight III)


and there is just a tiny bit of light between the blades. The picture below is a little deceptive. I had to get a little closer to take the image.




Granted these are mounted on my Q but this shouldn't make a difference. If I have time later I'll try to track down the thread for you.
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