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Posted: 11/14/2001 9:37:36 PM EST
I'm thinking about buying trijicon night sites for my Glock 20. How much trouble is it to install these things?
Link Posted: 11/14/2001 9:46:57 PM EST
The front sight is a piece of cake. the OEM blade is wedged in there, just pick out the wedge from undernieth the slide. The the frontsight just pops out. Instalation of a new one requires a 9/23 (IIRC) nut driver. Just tighten it up.
Rear sight is a bit more difficult, You will need a vise and a brass punch and a smooth touch. The rear site is dove tailed in and must be pushed out. Then just push the new one in. Sounds easy but it is really tight. use the vise to push the new one in. Juts be nice to it

Or you can just get a Glock rear sight tool to push it in for you. But those cost about 125 bux
Link Posted: 11/15/2001 4:07:54 AM EST
Trijicon will install for 35.00

I tried to do my own on an HK and ruptured one of the elements. Major eye/hand fart....

Link Posted: 11/15/2001 3:07:42 PM EST
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