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Glock Guy at Gun Show

Discussion in 'Handgun Discussion' started by barrigadaharley, Oct 15, 2009.

  1. barrigadaharley

    barrigadaharley hillsboro Active Member

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    does anyone know how much the glock guy at the gun show charges for nite sites and does he charge for install....gonna take 2 of my glocks to the show this weekend and want to put trijicons on both of them and probable get some extended slide releases and plugs for it also........any info would be greatly appreciated
     
  2. NoAim

    NoAim Hillsboro, OR Active Member

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    There are sometimes 2 Glock guys at the PDX show. I prefer dealing with the older looking gentleman (gray hair, glasses) on the left of the show (as you walk in and see the big sign that says Glock). His prices are good, no questions go unanswered. I can't remember his ecact prices. Last time I had bought the 3.5# disconnector and extended slide stop, he put them in for free or just $15.
     
  3. barrigadaharley

    barrigadaharley hillsboro Active Member

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    ive heard the older guy with glasses is the guy to go to....he seemed a little more experienced with glocks....
     
  4. odiesplace97301

    odiesplace97301 silverton area Member

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    His name is Jack I believe. Been a while but I think the last Mepro's I bought from him were about a 100 bucks and he put them on for free. Good guy
     
  5. huntpotter

    huntpotter SW WA Negotiator Bronze Supporter

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    Earl Nash is along the wall, Gray hair bald on top. Earl is from Vancouver.
    Jim Steibik is in the middle aisle area, Grayish hair with beard. He is from Redmond, OR.
    Both have the same product, Lone Wolf distributing, Glock parts, factory and aftermarket stuff.
    Last time I checked the night sights were in the $90 to $100 area. Both guys would install for free if you pay retail. If you haggle them down you can install them yourself.
    Both guys are set up at the Portland show.
     
  6. Bello425

    Bello425 Vancouver Well-Known Member 2016 Volunteer

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    Installs free if you purchase the sights from him. Don't know his name but he has the .45 GAP guns as "demos" with both a trigger lock and light trigger adjustment. His prices seem to be cheaper than the other guys. He bills you as Two Bears Trading.
     
  7. sillyrabbit

    sillyrabbit Salem, Oregon Member

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    Two Bears Trading.............
    He has done all 3 of my Glocks and my wifes. In fact he will be putting on Nite sights tomorrow on hers and on my G30. He installs for free if you buy from him (only fair!)

    He does great trigger work and the other normal stuff like oversize slide and mag releases, titanium Guide rods etc etc.

    His wife does some cool "Shotty stuff" and othe ammo unique things.
     
  8. MikeIsh

    MikeIsh Portland Member

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    First what night sites are you wanting?

    There is about a $40 spread between the cheapest and most expensive.

    Earl is a buddy, I help him at shows when my schedule allows. He was not at this weekends show. But will be there in his usual place on the south wall, near the east concessions at November's show. The big Lone Wolf sign.

    Earl will answer any questions, he sells installed. Meaning the price you pay is the installed price. If you want to install them yourself, you may be able to dicker with him......

    Check prices around the show. You will be back to Earl.
     
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    dmjjj Sherwood Member

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    Does anyone know if these dealers/installers of night sights will be at the Hillsboro Gun Show on Nov 6-7, 2010, or do they only attend the PDX show? Thanks.
     
  10. beezer66

    beezer66 Salem, OR Active Member

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    odiesplace is right, it is Jack Poissant, I got some Meprolight sights from him for about $100 installed; got my high cap mags from him right after the Brady bill expired, too.
     
  11. DoubleTapDrew

    DoubleTapDrew Oregon Well-Known Member

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    Don't remember the name but I got mepros from the guy on the right hand wall (as you walk into the show). He didn't take credit cards so I had to hit the ATM while he was installing them but it was cheap (I think about $75-$80 installed). Best addition to my carry gun.
    I'd go for meprolights if they are cheaper. I got a XD45 with Trijicons at the same show and when I got home I compared them with the lights off. Couldn't tell any difference between mepro and trijicon visibility.
     
  12. Skang

    Skang WA Well-Known Member

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    I think trijicon last longer
     
  13. MikeIsh

    MikeIsh Portland Member

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    Jack retired last year, Earl is now the "Lone Wolf" Glock guy, Jim is still doing it.
    I was wrong.
     
    Last edited: Nov 6, 2010