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This video is going to show how I mounted a red dot sight (specifically the Vortex Venom sight) to my pistol's rear sight's dovetail slot - without having to have my slide cut / machined. Since pistol-mounted red dot sights are becoming increasingly popular, I wanted to try one for myself. In watching the video you might ask, why did I choose to use a mount that uses the same slot as the rear-sight and NOT have the top of my slide cut? I did this for a couple of reasons: #1) and most importantly to me is that I didn't want to potentially and permanently ruin my gun, if I discovered that I didn't like using a red-dot sight on my gun. #2) The cost factor. The mount you'll see in this video cost me $25. If I wanted to have my gun's slide cut to accommodate the red-dot sight, that would have cost me a couple hundred dollars. Now, if I like using a pistol-mounted red dot sight, I'll gladly pay the money and have my slide cut. The sight mount I chose to use can mount a variety of red-dot sights to a variety of Glock pistols. Before you purchase your mount, make sure it's designed to be used with your make/model of sight and your specific pistol.
Lenny discovered these sights at the IWA Show in Germany last month. They are light gathering, tritium enhanced sights that feature "ghost ring" like quick target acquisition... with reticle like indicators for greater targeting accuracy. This is GlockStore Item # T1372. Available: http://www.glockstore.com/deadringer-sights-for-glocks-all-glocks