I think I've achieved near pistol perfection...
I sold my "hunting rifle" (that I never once hunted with, but it was an excuse for a new rifle) a few weeks ago, and decided that I should have a new pistol. For a whole week, I deliberated between an FN FNP 9 and a CZ SP-01 Tactical, and had just about decided CZ. But wouldn't you know that when I walked into the shop to drop some cash, there sat the Glock 34 that they had received only hours before on a trade.
On patrol, I carry a 35, but I much prefer 9mm to 40 when recreationally shooting (or any other time pretty much) and the 34 was something that eluded me for some time. Mine appeared to have been fired very little as there was no finish wear on the barrel, and there was still some Glock "copper grease" in the slide. The only thing not stock on this gun is the sights, which consist of an EXTREMELY flat black rear sight and a red fiber optic front sight (if I can find out what they are I'll post it... they are friggin' awesome to shoot). Because I had money in hand and was in a spending mood, I also picked up a 32 round magazine to go with my new piece, just because that seemed like a fun thing to do.
So today, I finally to shoot it... and it was a dream. I started on the fifteen yard line with a bank of plates, that fell one after other in fairly rapid succession. While shooting those plates I quickly realized that with these particular sights that if I saw red on white (the plates were white), I could confidently pull the trigger. I always knew where my rear sight was, but all I was seeing was the front sight. It truly was a beautiful thing. All in all I put about 300 rounds through it today, and in typical Glock fashion no hiccups were encountered. I am hopefully going to get into a little bit 3 gunning here soon, and this will be my "go to" gat in any pistol comps I get to play in for sure.
Of course it ONLY gets carried in a Trojan Tactical holster, and I believe that these are the sights that it has.
(And I know... Worthless without pics... stay tuned)