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Two Glock 19s , one high and one low?

Discussion in 'General Glocking' started by AWMP, Sep 17, 2004.

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  1. AWMP

    AWMP

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    I have two glock 19s, one shoots point of aim everytime. The other shoots about 3 inches high.(same ammo, same distance, etc)
    Any ideas for fixes?
    Both have fixed meprolight night sites. thanks
    AW
     
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    Andy Millennium Member

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    The one that shoots high could have a Mepro NS that has a taller rear intended for the G21/G30. Get in touch with Kimber which handles Mepro distribution and see if they can help.
     

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    cole Millennium Member

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    Yep, check with a VERY accurate measuring device to ensure front sights are set same height from slide.
     
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    DJ Niner Moderator

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    On the side of the rear sight opposite the "Tru-Dot" logo, you should be able to see a very faint "bar" on the sight body; it may be raised, or stamped into it. If one of your weapon's rear sights has a single bar, and the other one has two bars (one long, one short), then the sights are indeed different.