Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by mpperales, Oct 12, 2013.
Without mangling them or my slide? Let me know...:thumbup:
I know Keith's will install night sights on any new Glock they sell, they could probably hook you up.
Shooters Service Center in St Johns
"The Gun Broker" in Clackamas does it for free, while you wait. No purchase required. I had them install an adjustable Glock target sight once and it took them about 3 minutes with their Glock sight pusher.
+1 for keiths they put some on my HK no problems
Shooters Service will charge you like $25 and make you leave the gun....place is a joke.
Keiths will install them for free if you buy them there. and they are about the same price as online.
it's not that hard. Brass punch to remove the old sights, which will come out easily, and a triangle file to fit the sight to the dovetail on the slide. If it is properly fit, it won't get trashed when being put on.
PS file the sight, not the slide
You must not be talking about the same place.
Yes independant, but outstanding work.
Accurizing beyond reproach.
Nobody has suggested The Gun Room?
Sorry for the necro, but I can't ignore the humor in suggesting the Gun Room for anything Glock related.
I've done it myself a dozen or so times. YouTube is your friend. Check out the videos at Dawson Precision, very well done.
As someone said... YouTube. did mine and once you do you'll always be able to..
I have one of these:
Sight Pusher - Sight Pusher
It works great!
The answer to this is most likely yes. A nylon punch and a little care and viola
Those are great and work very well in my opinion....
Definitely the best option.
have one of those copies also, made by a machinist in the Bremerton area. found it on Ebay and have used it for Glock and SIG successfully.
Just remember to take it easy when using a punch and tritium is involved... I've actually used a pusher and have a sight pop loose and broke a vial...Luckily it was already dead.
Speaking of dead Tritium vials, Can a person buy Just the vials? and if so, Where?
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