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wiseguy04

The Dude abides....
pilot
Recommendation?

Also, anyone have experience with internal guide rod laser brands, eg. LaserMax? I’ve seen mixed reviews and they ain’t cheap.
I just installed a set of Dawson Precision adjustable sights on a Glock. Very easy installation. Fiber-optic, great presentation outside. Warren Sevigney Tactical are another great choice.

I looked at the Lasermax guide rods, but the reviews seem to indicate a lack of durability (e. g. Laser INOP after a few thousand rounds). Also, couldn’t find one with a steady beam, only blinking.

If I was going to go with a laser for a Glock, I’d probably stick with Crimson Trace, or get one of the integrated light/laser combos from Streamlight or Surefire.
 

danpass

Active Member
Recommendation?
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I did this with my Glocks:

http://blog.gunlink.info/2015/12/07/glock-factory-service-the-best-kept-secret-in-sights/

Here is the form itself ("what?" you'll understand from the article but the link in there to the form is busted)

https://us.glock.com/-/media/global/us/old/us-site/83-downloadable-materials/glock-warranty-form.pdf?la=en

I went with the 'big' Ameriglo bold night sights. My shipping cost to Glock, then $100 to Glock paid for: the sights, installation and shipping back to me.

One item of note concerning those sights: they're a bit tall, so point of impact is markedly lower than point of aim; aim at the nose, hit the upper chest (~5yds)
 
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