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Old 11-20-2002, 11:30 AM
Battler Battler is offline
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Novak Adjustables - any experiences?




I've had some MMCs in the past. I love them mechanically, my only issues are the crummy tritiums that go quite dim quite quickly.

Does anyone have any experiences with the Novaks? They intrege me as they seem to have the shielding of the MMCs; but can be bought with trijicons fitted instead.

(The cost of retrofitting Trijicons onto MMCs would be quite ludicrous).


Anyway, has anyone seen the new Novak adjustable sights? Do they seem strong?

Any info appreciated. . . .

Thanks,
Battler.
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Old 11-25-2002, 09:44 PM
DEREK45AUTO DEREK45AUTO is offline
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I haven't seen them yet but, I emailed Novak's asking them when they planned on making an adjustable for the Kimber and this is what they said. ( cut&pasted ):


"Derek
We are in the process of making the Kimber sight at this time and it will fit the fixed sight dovetail and not the adjustable dove, it should be available in a week or two."


I imagine they will be very cool.
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