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Gun Sights Sioux Falls SD

Local resource for gun sights in Sioux Falls. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to rifle sights, reflector sights, gun sight paints, laser gun sights, and gun accessories, as well as advice and content on the benefits of instant sighting accuracy.

41Ststreet Scheels
(605) 334-7767
2101 W. 41st Street
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Edgemont Trap Club
(605) 662-5998
3 Miles N Of Edgemont
Edgemont, SD
 
Denny''S Guns
(605) 432-6623
14744 483rd
Milbank, SD
 
Orsbon, Ben
605224463
507 North Grand
Pierre, SD
 
Runnings Farm & Fleet
605224166
1600 N Harrison
Pierre, SD
 
Gary''Sgun Shop
(605) 332-6119
905 West 41st Street
Sioux Falls, SD
 
Ruppelt'S Gunsmithing
605369263
31049 Ers Road
Springfield, SD
 
Horner Enterprises
605437271
10160 Us Hwy 83
Herreid, SD
 
Mike'S Sports
605734686
521 South Sanborn St
Chamberlain, SD
 
Teton River Traders Gun Shop
605224137
801 W Highway 14 & 34
Fort Pierre, SD
 

D&L Sports Smith & Wesson Revolver Sight

The D&L sight is a rugged, fixed unit that replaces the existing S&W adjustable sight.

D&L Sports' replacement rear sight for S&W revolvers is a fixed unit that’s easily installed.

I try to take a couple of deer or hogs with a revolver every year, and I often rely on a six-gun when tracking clients' wounded game. Usually, it's a Smith & Wesson 629 in .44 Magnum fitted with a Crimson Trace laser grip. However, the red laser isn't the best tool for daylight hunting. The revolver's issued sights work fine, but I like D&L Sports S&W sight a whole lot more.

The D&L sight is a rugged, fixed unit that replaces the existing S&W adjustable sight. It has a T-slotted bottom that slides right into a corresponding groove on the top of the frame, and it has three mounting screws: the adjustable front sight screw and the two scope mounting holes that are exposed when you remove the factory sight.

The D&L part is easy to install, blends seamlessly into the back of the frame and provides a brilliant sight picture courtesy of its serrated face and ample notch. I had to experiment with a couple of loads to find one that hit close, and eventually I had to file down the front sight to get it to hit dead-on with my favorite hunting load. It was a bit of work, but gaining a bomb-proof revolver sight that combines good looks with an even better sight picture made it more than worth the effort....

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