Originally Posted by Gloves
I bought some tridium sights. They didn't come with a tool to install.
I'm wondering how difficult it is to install them. I already installed an
extended magazine release button and 3.5lb trigger pull. Is it much
more difficult than those?
Replacing the sights for your Glock is fairly easy to me but depending on how much experience you have working on guns could be diffacult for you.
Depending on which generation your Glock is your front sight may be pinned or it may have a small hex headed screw. If its pinned you can pull the pin with jewelers needle nose pliers and gently squeeze the sides of the sight post and gently push the front sight up and off. If you have the hex head screw you will need a Glock front sight tool to remove it easily as it will probably be held in with lock tight.
To do the rear sight right you will need a Glock sight removal tool but they cost about $100 bucks. You might drift it out with a brass punch but you run the chance of screwing up the new sight putting it in if youre not careful.
If I was you I would take it to a gunsmith to have it done.