Got Williams Fire Sights for my 22/45

Got Williams Fire Sights for my 22/45

This is a discussion on Got Williams Fire Sights for my 22/45 within the Ruger MK III forums, part of the Ruger Standard & MK Pistols category; Arrived last week. Unfortunately I can't put them on because they require the original sight to mount in & that's lost. I placed an order ...

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  1. #1 Got Williams Fire Sights for my 22/45 
    Jr. Member Babbalou1956's Avatar
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    Arrived last week. Unfortunately I can't put them on because they require the original sight to mount in & that's lost. I placed an order for one from Ruger & they're out of stock. They told me they don't know when they will be in stock again. Meaning I'm not sure if or when I can try my new fiber optic sights.
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  3. #3 Re: Got Williams Fire Sights for my 22/45 
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    Thanks. My Ruger sight finally shipped but the screw for the front sight fell out sometime ago I guess so I ordered a new one from the link you provided.
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    (2) Ruger LCR 38
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    SIG P250 45
    SIG P250 SC 9mm
    (2) Beretta Pico 380
    Taurus 66 .357
    Taurus TX22
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  5. #4 Re: Got Williams Fire Sights for my 22/45 
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    Since the Ruger Mark IV pistols came out, I've been seeing many of the Mark III pistols going for some very reasonable prices. I looked for two years before I finally found this version. They didn't make very many of these, but I did find a distributor that had two left right before the Ruger Mark IV came out:



    I did replace the front sight though. The factory provided fiber-optic front sight needed more ambient light to work well in an indoor range that I use once in a while during winter months. So, I now use a front sight that shows up much better both indoors and outside:



    And, I have completely given up on the factory slotted front sight screws and how they shoot loose so often. I now use these "torx" screws for all my Ruger Mark pistols front sights:

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