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I'm looking for better sight picture and quicker target acquisition with more of a hunting accuracy, not necessarily target accuracy.
"Three dot" fiber optic sights like Williams FireSights do what you're asking pretty well.
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Old 02-17-2017, 11:23 AM
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Does anyone make an aperture sight blade replacement for the Ruger adjustable sights? Looking for something similar to the sight in the photo (J&P Custom ghost right sight for CZ 452)

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I'm missing your point with this post/quote.

At any rate, I'll just be the stubborn fool that I am and try anyways. I know for a fact that aperture sights work well for me, even if they're not near my eye. Whether they'll work on a pistol or not...I guess I'll find out for myself.
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Whether they'll work on a pistol or not...I guess I'll find out for myself.
That's how you find out. I tried them many yrs ago when I was seriously shooting silhouettes. They ended up in a parts box pretty quickly. May still have them in a box somewhere. Now with "old eyes" it's mostly red dots but for iron sight events it's a FO front with a FO or white outline rear.
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I'm missing your point with this post/quote.

At any rate, I'll just be the stubborn fool that I am and try anyways. I know for a fact that aperture sights work well for me, even if they're not near my eye. Whether they'll work on a pistol or not...I guess I'll find out for myself.
Wasn't aimed toward you. I was referring to the post that went "off topic" yet once again, that suggested fiber optic sights, when in your FIRST post you were asking about an "APERTURE" rear sight blade, which many here were trying to help you with.

I know what you're saying about trying that type of aperture sight anyway, I did the very same thing so I could find out for myself. Some will call that "gaining experience". If you do, let us know how it works out.
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