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Front site question on my G-31

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by jjmoberg, Jul 13, 2010.


  1. jjmoberg

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    I have an older (2002) G31 that has a staked on front site from what I can tell. My wifes new G32 has a screw on front site. My front site has been slightly damaged at some point over the years and is a bit loose and got nicked up at one of the top corners. I can just order a new screw on polymer or steel Glock front sight and pull the old one out with a pair of pliers, correct? No issues putting a new screw on site on an older stake on platform?

    I recently put an Glock adjustable rear sight on this gun and would like to get the front site fixed as well.

    I have the nutdriver from Glockmeister for the front site. The Glockmeister rear sight tool seems to be built like a tank for the record!! Took all of 2 minutes to replace that rear sight!

    Thanks,

    Jeremy
     
  2. Wash-ar15

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    if it is loose you can just peen it from the inside with a punch. Or pop it out and a screw on one will fit perfect.
     

  3. jjmoberg

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    I thought so!! Thanks!!
     
  4. Wash-ar15

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    Ameriglo has lumidots front site on sale now. I would get that instead of the glock steel site
     
  5. jjmoberg

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    I ordered the regular, Glock, screw on, polymer front sight. The steel sight was on backorder several places I looked. The gun is my night stand gun and has a GTL21 light/laser on it. I thought about a Tritium or fiber sight, but just wanted to get something that was the same height and width as the factory white dot.