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I had mentioned I had back ordered the Ameriglo sights.
Though I was told end of the month, they came in today.

I also ordered the MGW tool, and since it was a separate order I saved $20 plus free shipping on both.

So, for the sights & the tool cost is $164.99.

I'll post pics when they arrive. The MGW
is worth every penny. I had one for my M&P
and those sight were almost like they were welded on.
Tool worked perfect.
 
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I had mentioned I had back ordered the Ameriglo sights.
Though I was told end of the month, they came in today.

I also ordered the MGW tool, and since it was a separate order I saved $20 plus free shipping on both.

So, for the sights & the tool cost is $164.99.

I'll post pics when they arrive. The MGW
is worth every penny. I had one for my M&P
and those sight were almost like they were welded on.
Tool worked perfect.
A guy here in town charges $20 to install sights, and does several a month. A little side cash never hurt anyone.:supergrin:
 

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I recently got the MGW tool, the 42/43 adapter, and a straight sight adapter (direct from MGW). I've done 5 Glocks already, and going to put those Agent sights on on of mine with some older Glock OEM Night Sights.

Great investment! Enjoy.
 

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Installed a set on my G26 Gen4 today.

To my surprise, I prefer the U notch over the BOLD (square notch) sights on my G19 Gen5.




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The sights arrived yesterday, UPS is fast.
Fed Ex blows, they have the sight tool, and
somehow Brownells shipped the 2 orders
separately on the same day.

The sights

 

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I had one before when I owned a M&P 9mm.
Those sights are known to be impossible
to move without a MGW pusher, and that
is what I experienced.

The rear made a loud "crack" noise when
it started to move.

I don't anticipate any issues on a Glock
 

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Sight tool came in. Slight problem. looks worn.
The white print made it look used.
Brownells is sending me another overnight.

But, I used it anyway and worked great.
Did have to fit the rear sight, I used a
medium india stone I have from my 1911
trigger job days.

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I didn’t have to fit the rear sight. Went right in using the MGW sight pusher.
Sure, that happens on sights. But not always
I didn't have to take off much, maybe .002"
Remember, every gun dovetail can have different
tolerances as well as the sight.

I used to build 1911's.
I once had a thumb safety fit with
no fitting. Almost unheard of.
 

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Nice setup for anyone looking to change sights on all Glocks except the 42/43....If needed, there is even a $30 option from Brownells for changing G42/G43 sights...then someone would have all they need.

Good luck with the sale -- I've already got mine, or I'd be all over this!
 

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The G42/43 adaptor is needed regardless
This is the same price as just the main tool
but with both pusher blocks.

But yes, for those with a 42/43 you'll need that adaptor.

Basically the straight block is free.
I'm into this for $120, I figured since
I did get to use the 1st one, that's worth $20

If it doesn't sell, I can return it to Brownells
they have a great lifetime warranty / return policy
 
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