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New to me (and shooting). At this point it wouldn’t matter because I have hand tremors sometimes but is this rear sight out of position? Seems so to me. I noticed when looking at other sights that may be easier to align. I really don’t like this design. A 1982 S&W 357 Mag has a better sight than this for me ( no huge left/right gap).
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p.s. no knock the Glock. Reads kinda bad for my first post. Really looking forward to learn to shoot it and learn from the knowledge of you folks!!



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Welcome to the forum,

Have you shot this pistol yet? Yes it looks off center

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Off-center is TBD. I suffer from hand tremors so it is unknown at this time and I've only been to the range twice (as in new to shooting). For me it was a curiosity question as to whether some factor sights may be adjusted like this or always centered.

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In a perfect world everything is straight and centered !

In reality not always so. I would have concern if it shot POA/POI from that setting.

Every shooter/grip is different, sighting in off of a bag or rest should tell you alot.
 

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Remember it is a combat weapon not a target gun !
 

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Regardless what you call it, the thing should hit what you are shooting at. I've been shooting different times and notice that the other shooters around me could not hit that broad side of the barn. I'm appalled at the number of these piss-poor shooters who never think of asking for any type of help. I'm 78 years old and after all these years I can still place 5-10 rounds in an area the size of my hand.
 

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Regardless what you call it, the thing should hit what you are shooting at. I've been shooting different times and notice that the other shooters around me could not hit that broad side of the barn. I'm appalled at the number of these piss-poor shooters who never think of asking for any type of help. I'm 78 years old and after all these years I can still place 5-10 rounds in an area the size of my hand.
Good for you and your 1 posts!! I asked a simple question as a Glock (and handgun) newbie. Just inherited this and other pieces.
 
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