Has anyone on this forum used the new issue of Marble's Sourdough front sight? And how did it work out for you?
Back in the "old days", the Sourdough front siight was THE sight to use with a receiver sight. Redfield was the original maker. The way the brass portion is made, you don't get the bad offside reflections that come from a bead. A proper Sourdough has the brass portion totally flat.big medicine said:Have you given any thought to a Williams Firesight? It might work better in low light. I have never liked the brass beads because of the glare you can get from the sun shining on them.