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Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by TcRoc, Feb 17, 2010.
What size nut driver or hex is used for front sights??
I'm in no way trying to be rude. I'm sorry if I come off that way. But how can you not know that and be a Glock Certified Armorer? It just seems like that would be something they would talk about in the course (I haven't taken the course so I don't know)
Any way you slice it,......that WAS super RUDE! Some things are best left unsaid!
I really sincerely apologize. I didn't mean to be rude or abrasive. After rereading my post hours later I see there was no nice way to ask what I did and I should have just not said anything.
I really was just curious if it was something that was gone over in the class or if it was in the armorers manual (as I intend to take the course soon)
I wasn't taking a stab at Matt for not knowing. God knows there's a lot of things I don't know. Again sorry Matt if you took offense.
If you cant find a nut driver that size
Get an allen key that size and go to your local hardware store and find a cap screw 1" long that size and double nut it and you can use that
By the way the dog in your sig looks beutifull
Is that a question for a "Glock Certified Armorer" to ask ?
Best left unsaid? He's supposedly a Glock Certified Armorer?!!
I use a driver from a electronics set I got at Radio Shack. Works very well.
Also the Glock tool works well from what I hear.
Sorry, that information is given out in the Advanced Glock Armorer's Course....it ain't for the common Armorer.
I'm just sayin',......whay ask a question that you know is a ?!
As an armorer you should be able to order a front sight tool directly from Glock (if you're planning on doing several sights).
It's really nice and the tip is magnetized. Or you can find some cheap throw-away front sight tools on ebay sometimes for about $3.
I got mine from Brownell's. It's a hex drive bit,.......love it!
Here's my tool....
Very clever ,
Wish I could take credit for it, but it's from Glockmeister.It came with my sight pusher...
I saw in a review somewhere that the plastic T-handels on the glockmeister rear sight pusher can fall off. Have you had any problems with yours?