List of Sights for P-series 9mm (dovetailed)

List of Sights for P-series 9mm (dovetailed)

This is a discussion on List of Sights for P-series 9mm (dovetailed) within the Kahr Accessories forums, part of the Kahr Discussions category; I have a "new" style PM9 engraved slide with dovetail sights, and would like to replace the sights. Originally I was looking at the TruGlo ...

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    I have a "new" style PM9 engraved slide with dovetail sights, and would like to replace the sights.

    Originally I was looking at the TruGlo TFX Pro Tritium/fiber-optic day/night sights, but I have found that they are so physically long, that they obscure much of the artistry on the top of the slide I'd like to preserve.

    Anyone have a list of recommended sights that are reasonably short in length like the stock ones? Not necessarily have to be night sights and fiberoptic would also be great. Anti-snag could be good as I pocket carry.

    • XS Big Dot
    • Meprolight Tru-Dot Night Sights
    • Trijicon Night Sights
    • TruGlo Tritium Pro
    • Dawson Precision Black Rear/Fiber Front


    Any other recommendations or input before I bite?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyPurpleDinosaur View Post
    I have a "new" style PM9 engraved slide with dovetail sights, and would like to replace the sights.

    Originally I was looking at the TruGlo TFX Pro Tritium/fiber-optic day/night sights, but I have found that they are so physically long, that they obscure much of the artistry on the top of the slide I'd like to preserve.

    Anyone have a list of recommended sights that are reasonably short in length like the stock ones? Not necessarily have to be night sights and fiberoptic would also be great. Anti-snag could be good as I pocket carry.

    • XS Big Dot
    • Meprolight Tru-Dot Night Sights
    • Trijicon Night Sights
    • TruGlo Tritium Pro
    • Dawson Precision Black Rear/Fiber Front


    Any other recommendations or input before I bite?
    The big dots are good for self defense as the sight acquisition is fast ...... as a range sight not so great for anything other than close up targets

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    Quote Originally Posted by ron54 View Post
    The big dots are good for self defense as the sight acquisition is fast ...... as a range sight not so great for anything other than close up targets
    I rarely lay prone to snipe squirrels at 100 yards with the PM9, so I'm definitely more interested in a combat sight.

    I was debating whether to go with the big or regular dot though. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuskyPurpleDinosaur View Post
    I rarely lay prone to snipe squirrels at 100 yards with the PM9, so I'm definitely more interested in a combat sight.

    I was debating whether to go with the big or regular dot though. Thanks!
    The big dots are hard to beat if you want a combat sight..........

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