A few weeks ago, I purchased a new G26 Gen 5 (made in USA with front serrations) and ordered a set of Glock Bold Sights by Ameriglo (Model 47285 for Gen 5 with .200” front and .276” rear). The factory plastic sights were fine, but now my gun is shooting low. Not by much (maybe 1” at 15Y), but enough to be slightly annoying. Since I purchased these sights, I’ve done some reading and came to find out that this is a know issue. That many choose to install the Gen 3/4 Bold sights (with 0.180” front). I’ve even read that someone sent his Gen 5 to Glock and the 0.180” front sight was installed. Basically it seems that when you put the Gen 3/4 Bold sights on your Gen 5 gun, you get the same POA/POI, just like the plastic factory sights that come with the Gen 5. For the life of me I don’t understand why Glock is selling these Bold sights that are supposedly meant for the Gen5, but end up shooting low.