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nate,
The trijis I mounted on my P99c shot way high at SD ranges even using sight picture 1.
 

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So is it safe to assume any sights that are replacing the factory ones will likely shoot high? Have you had your them zeroed? Thanks for your input.
 

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So is it safe to assume any sights that are replacing the factory ones will likely shoot high?
Actually there are a number of great night sights that preserve the POA/POI of the Walther factory sights.

I'm running TFX and TFX Pro on my EDC PPQs and they are dead on from 15 to 55 feet which are my handgun combat distances. I understand that Meps and Dawson can be set up properly too.

Here is an image of my TFX zero test on my PPQ45 (at 15 feet). This was shot one handed (only way I can shoot) slow fire at about one round a second.



This was using sight picture three.
 

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Great Shooting

That is some fine shooting my friend. I have just been getting serious about handgun shooting and my shot patterns are not nearly as good as yours, using two handed shooting.
 

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Just replaced the plastic sights on my PPQ .45 m2 with Trijicon Bright and Tough. Shot it today for the first time. Great shooter. A real tack driver. POI=POA. Very pleased.
 

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Im toll in the purchase process for a ppq m2. Many listed including the one im interested in says it has "fixed sights" . Ive read on here that all sights on the m2 are adjustable. Wanting to install xs big dot after my purchase but not sure if this can be done with "fixed sights" any input? Can anyone verify if all factory ppq sights are adjustable?
 

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Mlasare, all PPQ sights are adjustable. Most factory sights us the spring/plunger and windage screw retention system, allow super easy windage adjustments. However Walther also equips some pistols with a rear sight that is a 'friction' fit, meaning this sight 'does not use the spring and plunger', rather this sight fits 'tight' in the dovetail in the slide, requiring this sight to be installed/adjusted with a sight pusher or a hammer and nylon tipped punch. So, the friction fit rear sight IS adjustable for windage...they term Walther uses is 'drift adjustable', again meaning using a sight pusher or hammer and punch/drift.
 

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Just teying to find out if I purchase a 2811995 (walther product#) can I install an xs bigdot sight on it...how do you know if this "fixed sight" uses the pin and spring or pusher style sight mount?
 
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