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Cost to purchase & install Trijcon Nite-sights on XD-9 or XD-9 SC

Discussion in 'Curt's Discount Shooter's Supply' started by swpost10, Jul 1, 2014.

  1. swpost10

    swpost10 SE Vancouver, WA Member

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    I have bought these online before and paid for installation locally; what's your
    cost for a set (Orange front; Yellow rear) and the separate cost for installation.
    I have seen other threads BUT SOMEHOW THE MOST IMPORTANT PIECE,
    "PRICES", ARE LEFT OUT...Please provide this info since that is key to any
    purchase!

    Thanks
     
  2. CurtsDiscount

    CurtsDiscount Milwaukie, OR Silver Vendor Silver Vendor

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    Unfortunately we do not install XD sights as we do not have an XD sight pusher
     
  3. swpost10

    swpost10 SE Vancouver, WA Member

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    You mean you do not install sights on Springfield Armory XD series guns; right. You can buy
    a pusher from Springfield them selves.
     
  4. CurtsDiscount

    CurtsDiscount Milwaukie, OR Silver Vendor Silver Vendor

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    We do not install XD sights.
     
  5. nicklateralus88

    nicklateralus88 Portland, Oregon New Member

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    Re: Curt's
    How much to Instal Factory or Trijicon brand night sights on a Glock 22 (Stock U-Shape-Plastic Sights)?, And would you recommend "only " (glow in the dark) night sights or some kind of Fiber Optic sight or a mixture of the two.
    Thanks,
    Nick
     
  6. CurtsDiscount

    CurtsDiscount Milwaukie, OR Silver Vendor Silver Vendor

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    nicklateralus88:

    We can install Glock sights for $30.

    Whether you should get fiber optics or traditional night sights depends on who you talk to. The fiber optic inserts can be fragile and if you subject your gun to a lot of abuse, they can break and fall out leaving you with a black/hollow front sight post. However, they are also very fast, especially in bright sunlight.

    The trade-off between absolute bomb-proof integrity and speed is something that you'll have to decide for yourself on. For a competitor's gun, the fiber optics would be a good choice, for defensive use, again it would depend on how tough the sight is and how you use the gun.

    Trijicon's HD sights are an alternative to the fiber optic sights, but they do cost more than standard night sights.

    Let us know if we can be of any more help,

    Curt's Discount