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How to select the best sight for Glock 19 by its characteristics

When it comes to high capacity concealed carry weapon, Glock 19 stand as on the most practical and effective design. It’s compact, affordable and utilizes a fairly decent 9 x 19mm caliber which packs quite a punch given its dimension. Yet as with other product, the factory built iron sight of the Glock 19 is barely adequate in the average conditions. While you still use it to good effect, the sight did seem to be a bit lacking in certain cases such as nighttime. That is why knowing how to select the best sight for Glock 19 can come in handy.  

There is a lot of sights available for purchase on the market, each possesses unique feature and specification. Since everyone got their own preference, a product that appears attractive to one person doesn’t necessarily mean the same to other. So if you want to get a suitable sight, make sure that you know exactly what to look for beforehand. To go with the flow and decide on a whim might cost you plenty of money for no gain at all. Down below is information on usual Glock 19 sights, they can help you get the general idea of what to buy.

Sights style

 

  • The Three Dot: This is a popular sight style that is employed by pistol manufactures as the gun stock sight.  It consists of three dots that are painted with one in the front and two in the rear. For nighttime uses, in place of the normal paints, the dots will be illuminated by tritium inserts, photoluminescent paint or fiber optic.  Several products even use a combination of both.
  • The Two Dot: It’s pretty much like the Three Dow but this time there is only one dot at the rear. The front dot is comparatively bigger than its rear counterpart. This set up should help you spot the front dot easily, therefore, lock on target rather fast. For the illumination, the sight uses the same methods as above.
  • The I dot: Its design involves a line on the rear and a big dot on the front. When you aim with this sight, you must “dot the I” so where you aim and the line of the sight have the same center.
  • The Slight Edge: This is an uncommon sight style which mostly embraces by one-handed shooters for semi-auto pistols. The front part resembles a triangle while the rear part is elevated
  • The U Shaped Rear Sight: Greatly appreciate by competition shooters, this is the sight that allows you to quickly acquire targets at long distances.

It’s worth the time and effort to consider whether you want to use the sight all the time or not. Some of the night only sights work great when it gets dark yet less than ideal in daytimes. However, night only sights are considerably cheaper than their mixed-use counterparts. That type of sight comes with a variety of models and lines for you to choose from. If you are shopping on a budget, getting a night only sight for your Glock 19 is an economical choice.

But what if you want something that can be used in both day and nighttimes? In that case, your only option is to go after mixed-use sights. In order to obtain a suitable product in this category, you probably need to invest additional money.

Purpose

It’s easy to feel lost and clueless when you are presented with an assortment of sights that have distinct pros and cons. Everything would have been easier if you think about how you are going to use the sight.

 

  • House defense

Should you need a sight for home defense, there is no need to go all out and purchase the most expensive model. For most of the time, a home defense weapon will be stored inside a cabinet or a drawer. Once in a while, you may take out your Glock 19, get to a range and go through several magazines. That is enough to keep up your skill but there is hardly anything else to do. Buying a top of the line sight just for this is really ill-advised. For example, you have little need for a sight that is accurate up to fifty yards and above unless you live in a mansion.

  • Target practice

If you need a sight for target practice, you should get a product that offers steady performance after thousands of rounds. Look for sights that are durable with a stable mounting which permits precision shooting at mid to long ranges.   

  • EDC

EDC is short for Every day Carry and a sight for that purpose must be able to deal with a variety of situations. You should be able to aim through the sight quickly and shoot accurately across long distances.

Range

Every sight has an effective range which is an important factor in your final decision. Of course, we all want to shoot with high accuracy as far as the eye can see. But it’s best that your deicide is based on your shooting skill and current needs.

 

  • Short range

Sights of this type are mostly developed for house defense purpose. It’s easy to aim with such sights and they are extremely accurate under fifteen yards. When you need to shoot a target that is close to you, this is a great choice

  • Short to Mid range:

Products that are designed for this range can be used in a house defense scenario as well but they also good at other tasks. While not the best, when a sudden need arise and you have to shoot over long distances, these sights won’t let you down.

  • Mid to Long range

Produced with a considerable effective range in mind, you can expect to hit a target at forty yards with this type of sight. Sights in this category are quite expensive compared to the above though

  • Long range

If you are confident with your skill, this type of sight can assist you in shooting at fifty yards.

Conclusion

And that should cover most of the main points, pretty easy to understand, right? As long as you measure and consider your option carefully, you can get the best sight for Glock 19 in an informed and logical purchase. Follow the above if you need any help and you can make a wise decision.

5 Things You Should Know Before Getting One (Siberian Husky)

Hello, Everbody! I’m Halen. As you may know, I am the mommy of two Siberian Huskies. And while Phoenix and Falcon are the best dogs ever, adopting a Siberian Husky may not be for everyone. People are drawn to them because of their pretty eyes and pretty hair and it’s poufy and adorable, but sometimes people don’t realize how much work and time it takes to raise dogs like these.

So, unfortunately, a lot of them end up in animal shelters. Here are five things you should know before adopting a Siberian Husky.

Number five: They shed a lot

Every dog sheds, but the amount a Siberian Husky shed is astronomical. It’s so much that I can’t wear socks in my house because I will attract little husky hairs on my socks, and then when I put those socks in my shoes, I will have hair in my shoes. Huskies are meant to withstand really, really cold temperatures so they actually have double coats. They have this dense, fluffy undercoat that’s kind of like the stuffing you find in stuffed animals, and they have this long coarse top coat.

The undercoat protects them from the cold, the top coat protects them from sun’s rays so they don’t get sunburn on their skin. They do this thing twice a year called “blowing their coat” where they shed the undercoat so that new undercoat can grow in, but that doesn’t mean they only shed twice a year. It just means it’s really extra special very bad two times a year. And it doesn’t last for like a day.

Phoenix has been blowing her coat for two months and I can’t wait until it’s over. Pretty much, I have to vacuum the house every other day if I don’t want to see tumbleweeds on the floor. And I have to vacuum the couch. So, if you do want a Siberian Husky, be prepared for their hair to be your new favorite accessory and also condiment.

Number four: They can be loud

A Husky’s howl can actually be heard 10 miles away. 10 MILES AWAY! That’s really loud! I used to live in an apartment in Phoenix and my neighbors when I came home from work, would ask me, “Is your dog okay? Does she need anything? Is she lonely during the day?” Because it turns out, when I was at work, she would sit there and like, sing them a song through the walls.

Besides the howling, they also talk. They’re a breed of dog that likes to talk to you. You’ll hear talking like that ‘I love you’ husky. Phoenix’s talking is more of a grumble because she’s just the most disgruntled being on the planet. Phoenix! What! What is it?! But we got lucky with Falcon. When she wants our attention, she just spins around in circles. So, if you live somewhere where the walls are paper thin, or if people may be mad if you make a lot of noise, maybe a husky is not for you.

Number three: They need a lot of exercises

They’re working dogs so they need to work, and if they don’t work. They’ll find other ways to use that energy like chewing up your shoes or putting a hole in the wall. and Phoenix and I lived in that apartment in Jersey City. We lived a block away from the dog park. So I took her there every day. But even after, we were there for hours. I still couldn’t catch her to bring her home.

It would be getting dark and I have to run around the dog park and trick her into coming home. So if you do want a husky to make sure you have the time and the energy to keep up with them. They can be really good running partners really good hiking farmers my girls are excellent hikers. But you just have to make sure you exercise them otherwise, your house is going to look like a crime scene. More than you should know they enjoyed eating the Taste of the Wild, Canine Formula and I think this is the best dog food for Huskies.

Number two: They can be difficult to train

They’re actually pretty intelligent but they just have this attitude. That’s like what’s in it for me basically every command. I give you mix in Falcon likes it. Let me down come here any of those things. They take them as suggestions. if I have a treat my hand. Because they’re gonna get a treat out of this. But if I don’t have anything in my hand like I see that command.

You’re giving me and I will take it into consideration both of my dogs went to basic training. Both of them graduated. Both of them know what everything means. It’s just if they want to do it for you or not. So if you want your authority challenged every single day then maybe a Huskies for you. But if you don’t have time to train them or you don’t have the patience and you probably need to look for another dog.

Number one: They’re runners

We know that Siberian Huskies like to run. Because they were bred to run pull sleds and things but they will run away from you and they’ll just keep running until they don’t know where? They don’t know how to get back home. That’s how dogs get lost neither of my dogs can be trusted operation. It doesn’t mean the bad dogs. We’re bad dog parents. It just means they like running and whatever I have to offer in my pockets for my hands is not worth more than the amount they like running.

I’ve actually seen Phoenix squeeze herself out of a full harness a full harness. She like folded her bones on top of each other and squeeze herself out and then ran down the street and I had to get a stranger to grab her by the scruff. So I could take her home. She was a very bad girl in my life. I’ve only ever seen one whiskey taking off leash and as soon as the owner sauce approaching.

She clicked the dog in. I was amazed. I was like what is your secret the ad like what you do magic have you done to make? It’s impossible. Nothing’s impossible. I’m just saying it’s really really rare so those are the five things. I hope some of that stuff help. I hope it makes you think really hard about the decision to adopt a Siberian Husky. They can be the best dogs ever anyway. I have to go vacuum the couch for the second time today hope that helped happy adopting.