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Glock sight pusher

Discussion in 'Ohio Glockers' started by birddog1, Mar 24, 2007.

  1. birddog1

    birddog1

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    Anyone in Ohio have a rear sight pusher that I can either borrow/rent/buy. I'm in Massillon, but I travel over quite a bit of eastern Ohio and I'll be going to Bowling Green this Thursday night for a meeting Friday.
     

  2. ...and if you're installing 'night sights' you'll break the tubes!

    I got 'hosed' on installation when I bought a set of MeproLights for my G27. I found a MGW sight pusher on eBay for a decent price. It's more expensive than the 'hosed' price, but it's mine, and I can reuse it!!!


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  3. anyplainjoe

    anyplainjoe Nobody special.

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    If you're just looking for a swap out, many gun shows have Glock armorers there who will do it for a small fee.
     
  4. ImtooSlow

    ImtooSlow

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    I have installed MeproLights on all my Glocks with a wooden dowl and have had no problems just don't beat the crap out of it
     
  5. birddog1

    birddog1

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    PM sent
     
  6. birddog1

    birddog1

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    Mar 27, 2004
    Massillon, OH
    I met officerbear tonight and he was kind enough to let me use his sight pusher to install my night sights. Great guy and he also let me shoot his G21. Borrowing a sight pusher was supposed to save me money, now it looks like I'm going to have to get a G21. :banana: