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Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by kymarkh, Dec 12, 2009.
Where can I get night sights installed on my G26 in the N. KY/S.W. OH area?
There's usually one or more Glock armorers set up at the Bill Goodman gunshows in Cincy and Dayton.
Shooter's Supply store/range in Independence or Quick Cash Gun/Pawn in Florence may be able to help you out as well.
Thanks - I'll give them a buzz.
Shooters will install them for free if you buy theirs and will charge 20-25 bucks or so if you bring you own in to have installed. They also do FFL transfers for I think 50 bucks and have a nice indoor range that accepts most rifle calibres.
That said, Randy's Range (randysrange.com) is a no frills outdoor range up to 200 yards for lke 10-15 bucks for as long as you want to shoot. There is an FFL in Burlington at a store called Herbs and More (google it) who does transfers for 20-25 bucks. Not sure if he does night sights or not though.
Thanks guys - I go to Shooters fairly often and never actually asked if they'd install night sights. I'll ask them next time I'm there.
They really are not hard to install yourself. A nylon punch for the rear and a bit for the front. Takes about 5 min. The glock sights arnt near as hard as say a kimber sight.
I have an MGW installation tool if you're in the Louisville area.
Shooters in Independence told me today that they don't install sights - they referred me to Garretts gunsmithing in Newport. He's never been fast and I don't want to wait months to get my gun back. Quick cash is where I bought the pistol - they sell them but they don't install them.
Marks in Florence quoted me 120 installed for Trijicons. I might just go ahead and do it since I don't have a vice or the time to do it myself.
I appreciate the offer grunt but I'm not down in that area much nowdays.
Ill have to check my schedule to see when I am up in the NKY area as I can have them on in about 5 min. If your even semi handy they can be installed with a punch for the rear. The glock sights are not exactly a tight fitting sight.
Did you ever get them installed? If not shoot me a PM I have the wrench for the front sight and a pusher for the rear sight. It won't take but about 5 minutes or so if your around me
I ended up having Mark's put them on - but I really appreciate the offer. Next time I see one of the used sight pushers on the equipment exchange at a decent price I'm going to pick it up.