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After a pile of years of gun ownership, I recently obtained my *first* Glock . . . well, not really a Glock, but a DIY pistol on a Polymer80 frame . . . got to say I like it *way* better than I thought.

I'm looking to mount the brightest fiber optic sights I can get and am looking for suggestions.  I built it up using a Brownells slide with an RMR cut.  Eventually I will want to try a Holosun 507C.  So I could use recommendations for "suppressor height" fiber optic sights too.

Larry 

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Truglo TFO or TFX are all I've used.

They are pretty bright.

Can't help with suppressor height.

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Hello,

     The Brownells slide does not need a mounting plate like the Glock MOS pistols. The info I have is that an RMR would use a 0.270 tall rear sight, the Holosun 507C is a little taller than the RMR, so it would need a 0.280 tall rear sight. For some reason the 0.280 tall rear sight, SKU 018-699, is not available on the website. You would need a 0.260 tall front sight. If you want to just order from the website, you could use either a 0.270 tall rear ( you would not be able to see all of the rear sight notch ) or use a 0.305 tall rear sight ( it would stick up a little more than needed ).

https://dawsonprecision.com/sights/glock-mos-rear-sights/

https://dawsonprecision.com/dawson-precision-glock-standard-front-sights/

 

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Got a reply from Dawson.

Larry

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