The standard sights look high enough to co-witness with the optic or function with some supressors. But I'm assuming you must be field stripping at some point; Does it become easier when the pistol has a chance to cool down a little? Plus a whole bunch just trying it out. I also want to put on night sights I appreciate that on a gun like this, but accuracy does suffer, as you can see on the horizontal spread of my rounds in the accuracy testing.
The firearm of the design commonly known as the Leader Mark 5 Auto Pistol, and any variant or modified version of it. Last edited by bzuber56; at Overall I'll call the 45 Shield a solid winner in the carry gun category.. The firearm of the design commonly known as the Partisan Avenger Auto Pistol, and any variant or modified version of it. I've owned a bunch of different brands and models, but none have impressed me as much as my Shield.
Mine came with 3 mags and factory night sights, and the factory night sights have a flatter surface that can be Racked on a belt or what have you. Reloading might be an option if you have the spare time. Jon, thanks for the great review! I figured with the Shield. Reload weapon and you're back in the fight!
Originally Posted by Toney. Was this review helpful to you? You guys are scaring me. Had that one still been in the case next week it isn't it'd have made this an easier decision. Email me to be notified when in stock. Find all posts by bzuber And a rail if I ever care about that.