I have not gone that far but I did black out the rear dots as they (for me anyway) tend to draw the front sight low. If you notice in the pics the front dot is slightly higher than the rear with a good site picture. The eye will automatically try and center the front dot between the rears drawing the front sight down.
If you are shooting low but are not sure you want to modify the rear sights yet try a couple of little pieces of electrical tape. For me I get a much quicker sight picture without the rear dots and all it cost me was a Sharpie pen.
I am new to shooting and guess I was trying to be too scientific. I have purchase 1000 rounds of Blazer aluminum, per YukonGlocker recommendation from the ammo section, 500 rounds of WWB, 500 rounds of Blazer brass. Hope to have it figured out before I have to buy more. THANKS
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