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Truglo TFO Handgun Sight Set - Glock Low
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- The ultimate handgun sight. Uses our patented TFO technology.
- Unbelievable transition through all light conditions. Glows in the dark. CNC-machined steel construction.
- Concealed fiber cannot be seen by target. Fits standard holsters.
- Snag-resistant design.
- Fits the following models: Glock 17/17L, 19, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 33, 34, 35, 38 & 39
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The TRUGLO TFO handgun sights use our patented technology. Unbelievable transition through all light conditions. Glows in the dark. CNC-machined steel construction. Concealed fiber cannot be seen by target. Fits standard holsters. Snag-resistant design.
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My Factory rear sight was pretty easy to remove with a brass punch/hammer and the slide mounted in a bench vise. USE SOFT JAWS or wood or several layers of hard cardboard taped to the vise jaws in your vise if the jaws are serrated or you will get marks on the sides of you slide while tapping the new rear sight in. Check for fit. If the rear sight goes in almost half way with moderate tapping with a punch you should be able to install the rear sight. If it stops way before getting near halfway in STOP and remove the sight for fitting. Using a small triangle file gently take a few swipes on the sight dovetail on each side and recheck the fit. Repeat until the sight fit is proper. On final installation of the rear sight put a small drop of Loctite it the dovetail on the slide. Using a punch carefully tap the sight into place centering it as best as you can. I used a depth micrometer to center mine but you could also use a dial or digital caliper to check from each side of the slide and get the sight centered as best as you can. The set screw only needs the smallest amount of Loctite on it to hold it and for Heavens sake DO NOT over tighten it! The included Allen wrench with my kit was a slightly sloppy fit in the set screw. This could make the wrench and or set screw easy to damage if you over tighten it making it impossible to get apart later if needed. Remember, the fit in the dovetail is what is supposed to keep the sight in place, not necessarily the tension on the set screw. It is best to let the gun sit for several before hours shooting to let the Loctite cure properly.
In the end, I am very happy with this set of sights on my Glock 26! After centering the rear sight on my slide it needed no further adjustments for my shooting. As a side note I left my slide on my bedroom night stand the day I installed the sights so the Loctite could cure someplace warm instead of my cold garage. I was pleasantly surprised to see the Tritium vials glowing in the dark when I turned in to bed that night! Not super bright (which is really not good) but plenty bright enough for night time social use! Thanks for taking the time to read through my lengthy post and I hope this helps someone with their decision to purchase or the installation of these sights! Enjoy...