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It contained Ameriglo Night Sights and a Lone Wolf grip sleeve.

The grip sleeve does not have the finger grooves like the Hogue and is better (in my opinion) for pistol grips that already have finger grooves (i.e. 3rd Gen Glocks). The sleeve contours nicely around the finger grooves without adding "extra bulk" that would otherwise make the grip too wide for my hands.

The Ameriglos are nice and are marked Trijicon on the front and rear. I installed the front already using the included tool, but I'm still waiting for my sight pusher that I ordered from TopGlock. If anyone knows of a way to get them on with damaging them or my pistol, please advise.

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Been trying to come up with a solution, but I think I'm going to take your advice. Thanks!

Originally posted by Butch
. . .wait for the sight pusher!




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Originally posted by point4zero
Been trying to come up with a solution, but I think I'm going to take your advice. Thanks!
i allways change my rer glock sites with a pair of plyers/vise etc.just pad your slide and presto it works.
 

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I ordered a sight pusher on Monday and received it today (Wednesday). Installed the rear sight on my lunch break. Everything went smooth! I continue to be impressed with the service of Miami Glock!
 

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I would say wait for the pusher as well, you will ruin the old sight and the new one useing any other method.
 
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