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New Gen5 19 with FBI sights (photos)

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Finally made it my my local Blue Label dealer and picked up a Gen5 19. Took it home and installed a set of the Ameriglo FBI sights (GL-5517) purchased from Brownells during their $84.95 sale. As you can see from the photos it has the beveled front nose that matches the slide. Hope to shoot it tomorrow and will give a range report once accomplished. Here are some photos:

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Hmmm . . . not sure why they are not appearing (they show up on my computer). Never had a problem before with posting photos but apparently I have screwed something up. Will try again.
 

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RANGE UPDATE

Well, put 150 rounds of Federal 124 fmj through it this afternoon. As you might expect with a Glock, no problems of any type whatsoever. I used the 3 magazines that came with the weapon, as well as 7 additional gen4 magazines, each loaded with 15 rounds. All worked perfectly. I am going to love this trigger, and accuracy was excellent. I am happy.
 

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I use the MGW angled pusher specifically for Glock. It works perfectly and you get adapters for 42/43, as well as spacers for the 19/23 series vs the 20 series slides. For the front I use the Glock front sight tool. It is magnetized so there is no problem keeping the front sight screw under control.
 

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Yes, I use the blue 242 thread locker loctite. You won't have any problems changing out your sights. The MGW pusher is a high quality tool. Just read the simple instruction on how to use it, as well as you check out any of several youtube videos that are out there. I have probably changed out at least a half dozen set of sights now, no problems with any of them.
 

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Has anybody actually had issues using the angled MGW pusher with these sights? Somebody with real world experience and not just a theory?
Yes. I have a MGW 309 with the angled sides and it works perfectly. Have installed 4 sets of Trijicon HD's and 2 sets of the AmeriGlo Agent sights with no problems and no damage to finish of the sights.
 
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