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Old 07-27-2011, 03:13 AM   #21
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i mean take a punch and a small hammer and tap it to the left


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i mean take a punch and a small hammer and tap it to the left
Ohh. hmmm, I don't know, I probably should. Honestly I've never really thought about doing that.

While I have some firearms knowledge, modifying them even in the slightest has always been beyond what I feel comfortable doing. But I think I could give that a try, sounds simple enough and I'm decent with tools. I appreciate the suggestion.


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Im not familiar with glock rear sights just check to make.sure there isnt a set screw you need to loosen first. Some pistol.sights are secured that way.
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Im not familiar with glock rear sights just check to make.sure there isnt a set screw you need to loosen first. Some pistol.sights are secured that way.
I know there's no screw, a friend has the same model except his has the adjustable rear sight from the factory. I'll have to research if it's possible to adjust mine.
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