I am trying to decide if I want to get my .44 Magnum as either a Ruger Redhawk or Super Redhawk. I could easily go for either, but I like the looks of the Redhawk better. The problem is with regards to the front sight. I recently installed a Hi-Viz fiber optic sight on my GP100 because it makes life a heck of a lot easier when shooting clay pigeons on the berm at 25 yards, and I want to do the same thing for the .44 whenever I get it. The GP100 was very easy to do a front sight change on because all you have to do is push in on a recessed plunger that's above the muzzle and lift out the sight, and then drop in the new one while the plunger is pressed. The Redhawk's front sight used to be that way, too, but Ruger, for some stupid and unfathomable reason, decided to get rid of that setup and go with a plain old dovetailed setup on the front sight for the 7.5" barrel model, which is the barrel length I want. When I search for fiber optic sights for the Redhawk, they are all made for the version that Ruger no longer makes. However, there are plenty of fiber optic sights for the Super Redhawk. First of all, why the heck would Ruger do that to the Redhawk, and second of all, where the heck are the fiber optic sights for the Redhawk? @greg_r , you might know something about this. Does anyone else know about it, too? I do like the Redhawk's looks a bit better than the Super Redhawk's, but then again, the Super Redhawk's internals are the same as those for the GP100, and I've torn that all the way down before, so I know how nice it is designed.