I have and love Speed Sights on my PPQ, and have been waiting impatiently for them to come out with a PPQ SC/PPS M2 model.Go with SpeedSights, they work great on my PPQ SC.
That is strange about the Dawson's. I have a Dawson tritium front, plain black rear combo on my PPQ SC right now. Dawson even installed them for me.Hello! I am new to the forum and new to Walther. I think there is still some confusion regarding replacement sights for the PPQ SC. 1) Would I be correct to say that I would always choose the PPS version of any sights that I choose, as the attachment design is shared between the PPS and the SC, while the attachment is completely different for the full size PPQ? 2) I would love to hear other peoples experiences with Night Sights, Fiber Optic/Tritium combo sites. Went to Dawson. No night sights in this size. Saw the Speed sights. Gravitating towards the TruGlo TFX Pro sights. Any and all opinions and recommendations and/or advice would be welcome Thank you.
That is strange about the Dawson's. I have a Dawson tritium front, plain black rear combo on my PPQ SC right now. Dawson even installed them for me.
Thank you for sharing your experience. The Tritium explanation makes sense as it does get dimmer with time and only has a reasonable brightness rate for 10 years +/-. I will call them. I have not purchased the SC quite yet, was wanting to have the sights before ordering (BTW, they seem to be an especially good value right now in some stores, selling for $400). It strikes me as strange that it seems to be an "odd man out" with regard to sights. Maybe not enough have been sold in order for manufacturers to manufacture sights? For me, this purchase started out as a search for a CCW and looking at smaller guns. I found them all wanting and wanted something that was more well rounded so to speak. So I came down to the PPQ SC & the HK VP9sk. Are you happy with your SC? Do you carry it daily as a concealed carry? Thanks.I dont know what to tell you. They did mine when the PPQ SC first came out. They wanted me to send it in because they had never had one in the shop before and wanted to take measurements and examine it. Keep in mind this was when the PPQ SC first came out. I was an early adopter on that one.
I do remember them saying they do not in general keep tritium sights in stock but make them as needed in order to deliver the freshest, brightest tritium possible. Is it true? Beats me but I have no reason to not believe them.
I have their sights on many of their guns and both the sights and the service has been great.
The brightness Iluminosity will start out at time zero ( Io ) directly proportional to the amount of tritium loaded into the vile.Tritium has a half life of 12.5 years meaning 12.5 from now, your brand new tritium sights will be half as bright as they are now, and half as bright again in another 12.5 years.