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Hey guys I thought I'd share this little tid bit I came up with. It's basically a way to make your own sight pusher for under 10 bucks. I've posted a link to the video below but please beat with me, it's my first YouTube upload and please feel free to ask anything you'd like. Hope this helps
Works great for me.


[ame]http://youtu.be/VVObCaoF260[/ame]
 

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Ahhh, sort of like the sight adjustment tools for AKs or Mosins?
 

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To be honest idk for sure. I use this one on glocks and other hand guns. Haven't seen the one for those but if the sights are the same installation then I'd imagine it to be the same type apparatus
 

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Jweeks said:
Hey guys I thought I'd share this little tid bit I came up with. It's basically a way to make your own sight pusher for under 10 bucks. I've posted a link to the video below but please beat with me, it's my first YouTube upload and please feel free to ask anything you'd like. Hope this helps
Works great for me.

Video Link: http://youtu.be/VVObCaoF260
This looks sketchy
 

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I like the way you think!

Will it work on the slant sided sights?
Here is one I got from http://www.sightpusher.com/ $60.00 + shipping. It does both types of sights, it's well made, slight PITA to use tho.
A small wood shim and some cardboard is needed (protect slide finish) when changing Glock sights. My LGS charges $20.00 to change sights.
Some people have the tools and know how to just use a hammer and punch.


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Sorry for the delay in response. I haven't been getting my alerts for some reason but yes it will work on slanted sights. I just used it two days ago to reinstall a Glock factory sight. Thanks. Has anyone else tried it yet?
 

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chuckds said:
I like the way you think!

Will it work on the slant sided sights?
Here is one I got from http://www.sightpusher.com/ $60.00 + shipping. It does both types of sights, it's well made, slight PITA to use tho.
A small wood shim and some cardboard is needed (protect slide finish) when changing Glock sights. My LGS charges $20.00 to change sights.
Some people have the tools and know how to just use a hammer and punch.
Thanks. I tend to get creative with some things lol.
 

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I understand. Mine crashes constantly. But what did your run ya?
$100.. Made by Glockmeister. Comes with the rear sight tool, front sight tool and a bottle of loctite. It's great quality and works perfectly, my first time using it i removed the sights from my 19 and 30S and reinstalled them both in 3 or 4 minutes.
 
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