Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by jjlaughner, May 28, 2005.
I got an optics mount for my new USP 45, now I just need to save up for an Aimpoint optic....
all three again
that... seems like it would get in the way alot. Anything can be used with practice I guess, but I don't think I'd like that thing on there. Nice gun tho... I have a USP in 9mm.
well eventually it will have an aim point and I wont be using the steel sites
So, can someone explain those shallow depth pistol and rifle optics? The flat holographical type ones?
Is that what you're going to install?
No I'm wanting a red dot scope like this
The others have a laser / dot that reflects of the front optic and you can only see it if you are on target.
I thought about one of these types but the other looks cooler
I have the same setup with a cheaper red dot. Its great at the range, but I haven't been able to find a holster to hold it. I also have a UTL - same problem with a holster - that I keep on it at home. Sights are Trijicon. Great setup at night.
yeah, almost any combat shooting situation I would be in would be at night, in low light, cramped quarters etc. I want to just look over my gun with normal night sights and light the other guy up. Im sure a bling scope set up works great for comps and junk, but when the chips are down and all thats between my wife and a psycho rapist is my USP, i just want normal night sights.
Red dot's off at the house - tends to snag things. Just the UTL (Light) mounted on the rail so I can see what I am aiming at if I need to and the trijicons so I can see the sights and aim.
Thus the three guns!
Compact 40 to carry daily
Fullsize 9 for comps
Fullsize 45 for fun and probley comps later in the year (steel matches, I'll still use the 9mm for IDPA/IPSC/USPSA)
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