Place to buy + install sights in So Cal?

Discussion in 'California Glockers' started by SubSolar, Sep 11, 2007.

  1. SubSolar

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    I'm looking for a good place in Southern California where I can buy and have Trijicons installed for my G30. Gun store, range, gunsmith, doesn't matter. The closer to Corona the better.
     
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    The place I go and reccommend is kind of a long drive for you. I go to Bain & Davis Gun Shop in San Gabriel they are an excellent gunsmith/gunshop. They can install your sights and will test fire the gun to sight them in. They charge about $70 to mount and sight + cost of sights if you don't already have some. Sights are around $100 for Trijicon not sure about Mepro's. Bain & Davis are located at: 307 E. Valley Blvd., San Gabriel, Ca. 91776 Phone: 626-573-4241 or 323-283-7449 closed Sun.-Mon.
     

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    I have a rear sight tool and front sight hex driver if you want to borrow them and install them yourself. I live in Yorba Linda, and work in Riverside. Its pretty easy to self install. I've put on all my night sights myself, including my 2-30s. Brownells sells them for $99. I prefer Heinies or Warren/Sevignys however.
     
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    Thanks for the offer, but I ended up just getting the sites + tools at glockmeister. I figure I'll end up buying more night sites for my 19 and for my future G21 SF anyway. By the way, I love the trijicons! I find I shoot much better with the three small dots than the stock Glock sites.
     
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    Thanks for the offer, but I ended up just getting the sites + tools at glockmeister. I figure I'll end up buying more night sites for my 19 and for my future G21 SF anyway. By the way, I love the trijicons! I find I shoot much better with the three small dots than the stock Glock sites. [/QUOTE]

    You'll probably be thankful that you did. My first G22 came with Mepros on it. I have installed Trijicons on all my Sigs and used the tool to install and adjust them so I just sucked it up and bought a GLOCK tool when I bought my second GLOCK. I now own 8 and growing, and have paid for the tool by putting the sights on myself and sighting them in perfectly.
     
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    You'll probably be thankful that you did. My first G22 came with Mepros on it. I have installed Trijicons on all my Sigs and used the tool to install and adjust them so I just sucked it up and bought a GLOCK tool when I bought my second GLOCK. I now own 8 and growing, and have paid for the tool by putting the sights on myself and sighting them in perfectly.
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    Wow, 8 Glocks and how many Sigs? I was thinking of buying a Sig 220 but after renting it I didn't care for it much. It was pretty accurate but seemed loose and seemed to kick more than my G30. I may buy a 1911 in the future though since I was extremely accurate with it.