This is a discussion on Painted sights color choice within the General LCP Discussion forums, part of the LCP Pocket category; At 7 yards you probably don't even need sights....
At 7 yards you probably don't even need sights.
I use white appliance enamel as it is tougher. I also paint the back of the hammer so I can see the trigger start to break.
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No, they need to train more. No one gets a free ride. You have to be diligent with your training. Drawing, Point and shoot skills etc. Frequent moderate training sessions. Shooting any gun once a month is not acceptable, especially a Pocket gun. And if you have owned a LCP more than two years and it has not broken down, then you are not training.
Orange on all my handguns, if they don't already have something.
I'm not a policeman and don't play one in real life. Meaning in part I don't get paid to carry a gun. The only person I have to keep happy is me.
If I felt like I needed to wear out a handgun every two years to stay "proficient" I probably would just carry a stick. Or move.
But bright orange was my answer.
I agree with the point and shoot practice with these little guns.The are meant for SD in what would probably be a high stress situation. I practice so at the range at targets no more that 10-15 ft., sometimes moving towards me.
I also practice point and shoot at home with a laser training cartridge. Practice all you want at no cost and you can see exactly where you would hit.
I don't trust paint on a front sight, instead, I've found these inserts to afford quicker acquisition, and are more lasting:
And if I'm outnumbered, I'll enlist my little friend:
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