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Old February 26th, 2015, 07:27 AM   #16
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Wow. You did a really nice job! It looks awesome!



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I like it. Have you had a chance to try it yet?
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Not yet. We just picked up 5" of snow this morning and my wife has an operation next week so it will be awhile.
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Here you go. I wanted a set of iron sights but I didn't want anything that was blocky. I needed a smooth flow of the sight lines.

I used a Williams 3/8" Shorty Ramp, a Williams 312N Firesight front sight, and a Williams Ace In The Hole 10-22 peep/rail rear sight. I swapped the standard peep aperture with Williams WGOS Replacement Slide/Firesight Ghost Ring aperture.

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The Charger


The Ace In The Hole with the Firesight Ghost Ring



The Shorty Ramp and Firesight bead.



A poor pic of the sight picture.



The standard Ace In The Hole aperture.



Sight picture with the Ace In The Hole standard peep with the aperture removed to act like a ghost ring.



The Charger without the red dot.



I like it. Let me know what you think.

The other option I had was this also from Williams. It would give a "standard" pistol sight picture with the 3-dot image. The 1/4" size would be the size to use. I'm thinking about it.

http://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts...prod26038.aspx

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Looks great! I finally got mine completed also.





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You did a great job on your version. It really has a military look. What stock is that?

I went ahead and ordered the blade rear sight from Brownells. I'll post some pics when I get it.
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Wow, nice job, 5437. I like what you did.
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The stock is a heavily modified ATI folding stock. First it was modified for a take down, then modified again to fit the Chrager.






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The other option I had was this also from Williams. It would give a "standard" pistol sight picture with the 3-dot image. The 1/4" size would be the size to use. I'm thinking about it.

http://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts...prod26038.aspx

I went with the WGOS Replacement Slide/Blade.

http://www.brownells.com/userdocs/sk...62000081_1.jpg

Now that I've installed it, I really like the look. It is like a normal rear pistol sight. I have a three dot view with two green side dots and a red center dot. The red dot nestles nicely in the U of the rear sight with only a little bit if space on either side of the red dot. I was having trouble holding the two dot ghost sight because of the large amount of space in the ghost ring.

Here are two pics with the new rear sight.





This is much better.
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Sighted mine in yesterday. Very happy with the results. Indoor range, bi-pod bench rested at 25 yards. Under a 2 inch hole for 200 rounds. I'd go the iron sight route again, considering this is a back pack pistol for me.
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Sighted mine in yesterday. Very happy with the results. Indoor range, bi-pod bench rested at 25 yards. Under a 2 inch hole for 200 rounds. I'd go the iron sight route again, considering this is a back pack pistol for me.
That's great. You made yours to take a beating and to throw into a backpack. It looks like it does all that and then some. I know you will enjoy it. I do like it's looks.

Mine will be a range and fun gun so I took a different path with somewhat more fragile sights.
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That's great. You made yours to take a beating and to throw into a backpack. It looks like it does all that and then some. I know you will enjoy it. I do like it's looks.

Mine will be a range and fun gun so I took a different path with somewhat more fragile sights.
I really like what you did. I'm not going to lie, I had not thought of doing it the way you did. If I had they very well may have been what I went with. At this point, I hope the ones I went with are going to be durable. I have a legacy Charger with a bull barrel that is a pure target pistol. You got me thinking I may need to go back and add your sights to it.

Have you gotten a chance to shoot it yet?
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Looks awesome!

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Looks great! I finally got mine completed also.





Do you have a build tread on this? I'm looking at doing the exact same thing.
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Been thinking on Irons too. I like the True
Shot Technologies set-up. Not a bad price either. Sorry no pictures but try this link. Charger
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