Originally Posted by Mongo
I used a sharpened ice pick to pry the wedge from the center then squeeze the sight from the bottom and push it up. I was able to install that same sight on another Glock.
You sure you talking the same gun?
The inside hex head screw can be unscrewed counter-clockwise with a pair of small bent needle-nose pliers. Apply the torque gradually. If you want to be extra careful, use a bent "mosquito" hemostat. Once the screw is out, the front sight can be lifted straight up. In a new Glock the screw is typically not very tight, so the job is fairly easy.