I tried putting a fastfire on my Glock 20--which does not have an optics cut-out on the slide and bought one of those ridiculous plates with screws. It does not work, and I could never get it to stay put to maintain a consistent mount position for the optic. "Finding the dot" is a discussion I just had on another forum--I too had trouble finding the dot and posted something about it. Match shooters basically say they are worth the training--but you DO have to train. I found a few videos on YouTube by professional shooters, as far as I could tell you basically have to learn to draw and present the gun with the proper level (meaning the dot already centered in the optic glass) to become proficient with it's use. For me, it was too much of a challenge without having a professional trainer help--so I removed the fastfire and returned to using the stock irons.Still trying to get used to the Block 10mm, I removed the rear glo sight and trying a Leupold delta point.
First one ever, is this something you get used to or does it grow on you; and gets better with time?
When picking up or draw; I have a heck of a time finding the dot, twice as long to get on target as with regular good pistol sight, are these sight more or less for hunting and target shooting? or is it something you have to train with to use??
On a another note a pick up a small pack of 180gr hard coat lead and bullets and have them running about 1200 fps for now. I really do like the pistol but it is different