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I have an SP-01 tactical model that I want to put new sights on will the meprolight night sights that are on it fit my P01?
 

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I found the difference the sp-01 has a standard CZ height #5 and the set they make for the P-01 is a #4 rear instead?? But if I take both from the sp-01 they would be in still I just assuming maybe a lower rear for carry?
 

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I shot a friend of mines "block 34" my name for them with the Dawson blackout rear and FO front and am wanting those for my SP-01 now.
 

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I shot a friend of mines "block 34" my name for them with the Dawson blackout rear and FO front and am wanting those for my SP-01 now.
I would suggest NOT buying the SP-01 sights directly from Dawson. They do not have the correct height rear sight to go with the front sight in their sight set. CGW's does sell a Dawson sight set that is properly regulated called the EZ/D sight set. I have purchased the Dawson sights from Dawson and along with many others i know found them wanting and unable to be regulated correctly without using an extraordinarily short front sight to make the POA/POI. They have it figured out for the Glocks and I run them on most of mine but I won't buy anymore CZ sights directly from them until they get the regulation problem corrected.

https://cajungunworks.com/product/ezd-9-40-for-9mm-and-40-sw/

On you P-01, depending on the distance you shoot you may or may not notice the impact difference. At 7 yards it is hardly noticeable. You would need to try it just to see. I did mistakenly say front sight in my post but you are correct it is the rear sight that makes the difference.
Below is a picture of a target with the EZ/D sights installed on a Compact 75D at 20 yards. Even with the much shorter sight radius they regulated perfectly on the compact just as they came.
 

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I would suggest NOT buying the SP-01 sights directly from Dawson. They do not have the correct height rear sight to go with the front sight in their sight set. CGW's does sell a Dawson sight set that is properly regulated called the EZ/D sight set. I have purchased the Dawson sights from Dawson and along with many others i know found them wanting and unable to be regulated correctly without using an extraordinarily short front sight to make the POA/POI. They have it figured out for the Glocks and I run them on most of mine but I won't buy anymore CZ sights directly from them until they get the regulation problem corrected.

https://cajungunworks.com/product/ezd-9-40-for-9mm-and-40-sw/

On you P-01, depending on the distance you shoot you may or may not notice the impact difference. At 7 yards it is hardly noticeable. You would need to try it just to see. I did mistakenly say front sight in my post but you are correct it is the rear sight that makes the difference.
Below is a picture of a target with the EZ/D sights installed on a Compact 75D at 20 yards. Even with the much shorter sight radius they regulated perfectly on the compact just as they came.
I was already looking at the EZ D from CGW cause I was trying to see the difference I like the cut on the Dawson rear sight but I wondered the same thing cause of how many different front sight heights they sell.
 

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I don't really shoot past 10 yards with my P-01 often I can but I usually pull the SP-01 out for 10+ but quite honestly I hardly ever shoot past 15 yds with my pistols I'll go 20 rarely and that's shooting at standing clays.
 

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I was already looking at the EZ D from CGW cause I was trying to see the difference I like the cut on the Dawson rear sight but I wondered the same thing cause of how many different front sight heights they sell.
The problem with the direct Dawson sight is the deep notch in the rear. i could put up with the ultra short front with a .125 deep notch but when you deepen it to .140 and try the short front the bottom half of the rear is filled with the top of the slide instead of the front sight. This makes for a horrible sight picture with the little short sight at the top of a notch that looks like the grand canyon. The .170 tall CGW's front sight fills the deep notch nicely and makes for a very good sight picture with lots of light around the tall front sight. You would think the engineers at Dawson would get the hint since they also make the very well regulated EZ/D.
 

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The problem with the direct Dawson sight is the deep notch in the rear. i could put up with the ultra short front with a .125 deep notch but when you deepen it to .140 and try the short front the bottom half of the rear is filled with the top of the slide instead of the front sight. This makes for a horrible sight picture with the little short sight at the top of a notch that looks like the grand canyon. The .170 tall CGW's front sight fills the deep notch nicely and makes for a very good sight picture with lots of light around the tall front sight. You would think the engineers at Dawson would get the hint since they also make the very well regulated EZ/D.
That makes sense after seeing the sight pics on the websites of the 2 thanks for the info
 
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