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    Hi I would like to know which one is best for everyday concealed carry fixed sight or adjustable ?

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    I would probably have to say a fixed sight is better, but then again, its pretty much what ever works best for you. Everyone has their own preference. I use fixed sights.

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    wolfhunter Guest
    Most, if not all, the adjustable sights I've seen are bulkier than fixed sights. This would seem to present complications when concealing, or potential snag points when drawing. My EDC (and my wife's) have fixed sights

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    For the distance that you would most likely use a handgun in self defense the fixed sights should be all you need.
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    Waynefnh Guest
    Thank you

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    I have Big Dot XS Sights on most of my mine and fixed on the others. I really like the XS sights for self defense.

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