Look at Jester's top picture. You can see that all the corners are rounded. No two lines on the rear sight come to a sharp intersection. The eye likes to follow a line until it finds a sharp corner, and then it stops. Also, the wide U notch allows a lot of light to come around the front sight. These two facts work together to draw the eye to the front sight. I haven't shot a gun with the Warren's yet, but I am going to sometime soon. Just handling and dryfiring a G17 with them, I was fairly impressed. We'll see what happens when I get a chance to actually shoot with them.
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