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Trijicon night sights

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anyone here ever use the trijicon nights sights on the 870 slug barrels? My fiberoptics sights are fading fast (I( mean the front one is about as dim as I am) and I am looking to replace the ones I have right now. The price for these trijicon's runs between 75-95 bucks which is less than a red dot scope and mount or cantelever scope mount barrel and scope. besides, I kind of like using open sights.....thanks

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Tom - looking for new sights for that sweet-stocked 870 eh? I am not familiar with the trijicons but they have a good rep. You gonna hunt yotes at night with the Rem or what? Later.

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Yeah, I really do not want to get a new cant. scope mount slug barrel for it, although that would finish it off nicely.

Hmmmm night hunting for yotes? Yeah, I need to do that soon, I can use a light starting on the 1st....Heading to IA today for late season pheasants and rabbits and calling some coyotes, hopefully I can post pictures when I get back on Sunday.....say cooter, what are the rules and regulations on coyote hunting for out of staters in WI? What if I called them in and my brother (WI resident)shot them?

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To hunt yotes you would need a small game license which was $85 this year mad.gif Just to call and have your bro shoot....I'll do a little research. Later.

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