Robin Taylor, owner and founder of Taylor Freelance, explains how a sight block can help your time and accuracy during competition. Video also contains some slow-motion video of the sight block in action.
Despite some ammo-related jams, Hwansik Kim came out on top in his debut match with a TF Sight Block-equipped Glock 22. Currently rated A-limited, Hwansik had to defeat two masters and a Grand Master to earn the win.
This one comes from Rocco “Ty” Preston, who writes:
Here’s an image of a totally “built-out” Sight Block gun, with all the bells and whistles.
“Your Taylor Freelance Front Sight Block is an Amazing product,” says Noel Zarza in a recent e-mail. “It’s a complete Glock game changer for USPSA, right next to the Tooth and Nail Thumb Rest.”
The pistol at right belongs to Zarza, a state-certified CCW instructor in Illinois. The base gun is actually a .357 Sig Glock 31, re-configured to shoot .40S&W using one of our drop-in kits.
For more on the Sight Block in action, scroll down to Gabe Reyes, or the Power Factor TV episode further down in this blog.
Just got this image in from Gabe Reyes in Arizona following his appearance at the “Left Out of Rio” shoot. He’s shooting a TF Sight Block mounted in a G22 slide. “I placed 3rd A class Limited, 6th Limited and 23rd out of 140 shooters.”
Note: Our Sight Blocks are set up for a Glock 22 slide, but we can shorten them to fit Glock 35 slides on request.