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Wrong Sights on Glock 27

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by ParisArms, Oct 3, 2011.

  1. ParisArms

    ParisArms

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    When I picked up my 4th gen glock 27 I had the shop install nite sights. When I looked at the package I noticed the sight were for a 20,21,29 or39. I have shoot about 300 rounds at the range and I hit the traget dead on as I would with my stock sights. I don't know the difference in the sights between the models. Should I take it back or leave while enough alone?
     
  2. txgunguy

    txgunguy

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    The sights you have are taller. If it is dead on, I would be hard pressed to take them off.
     


  3. bentbiker

    bentbiker NRA Member

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    The height of the rear sight for the 20, 21, and 29, should be .272". The G27, and G39 should both be .256. I'd measure the sight -- perhaps they had two empty packages sitting on the bench and he grabbed the wrong one. Also, at what distance are you shooting? At 7yds, a rear sight that is high by .016", would result in a POI that is higher by only .7" -- that can be really tough to see, especially since a Glock at less than 25yds should normally shoot very slightly low.
     
  4. If it ain't broke... Fairly obvious. Enjoy your good luck.
    S2