Originally Posted by bushmaster1313
My 1952 357 Magnum has a front serrated ramp sight which gives me excellent results:
Is the serrated ramp generally considered superior to the earlier half moons, square blades, etc.
What is the current state of the art?
The Baughman ramp is much better for a holster gun. The Patridge eats up the inside of a holster quickly. The half moon can glare in bright light.
A fairly common front sight these days is a round piece of light gathering plastic. It's kinda tube shaped. Go to the S&W factory site to see one.