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Good night sights without sights pusher

Discussion in 'Sights, Optics and Lasers' started by cadetcode3, Feb 28, 2011.

  1. cadetcode3

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    Another vote for XS Big Dots, but with regard to using a sight pusher, I've installed at least 7 sets of night sights on Glocks without the use of a sight pusher. Some of those just slide right in and tighten down with screws and Loctite. Others I simply used a soft punch and hammer and gently tapped them into place. A sight pusher is probably handy for an armorer or someone who installs a lot of night sights, but it's a required tool for installing sights.
     
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    RayB Retired Member

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    XS' are a unique experience that the OP may like or not like. Of all the sight brands I know, people like them or they don't... But they do come with installation tools, though some fitting is often required.

    If memory serves, several GT members have successfully installed their own AmeriGlo sights, including the Operators. "GSSF" gets you 20% off.

    Why not ask AmeriGlo?

    http://ameriglo.com/

    --Ray
     
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    I had XS big dot. I didnt like it at all. XS big dot was very easy to install.
     
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    GRT45 Transform & Win

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    Promo codes GSSF and GLOCKTALK get a 10% discount at AmeriGlo now. It changed in February. It's still a good deal on great products.