Your thoughts on how these night sights were installed on my HK 45 Tactical pistol. I've been waiting almost a year for my Osprey to show up, and when it finally did, I purchased a new set of Heinie Straight Eight tall sights so I could see over the top of the can. I was told by the gun store that sold me the HK that they could mount the Heinie's with their special sight tool for $30.00. The instructions that came with the sights, specifically spelled out that in case of a tight fit, to only remove metal on the bottom of dovetail base only. Makes sense to me. After 45 minutes (they said it would only take 10 minutes) they handed me my slide back, but I didn't take the time to really look at their handiwork until I got home, because I needed to get my Mom back home after her doctor visit. After going back the next day to complain that they ruined my new sights, I was told that was how all sights should be custom fitted (notice the shiny metal on the dovetail bevels), and, that I must have bent the front sight after it left their shop. I did get my $30.00 back, but was told to take a hike after I mentioned that I would post on-line what kind of raw deal I had received. Not the best pics, it looks worse in person. The only good thing was that they didn't scratch up my new slide. And the final insult was that used a punch to remove the new original night sights, and they really bunged up the front sight, plus, they said that they had oiled the bare metal on the dovetail bevels, and not to worry about it rusting.