Sight Pusher for Glock Pistols
In Jim's younger days, if you wanted to adjust or change the press-fit sights on a pistol you got out a small hammer and punch and tapped away. More than one sight base has been ruined by hitting the punch hard, not to mention the frequent marring of the slide or barrel of the pistol. But, that was the only way that even professional gunsmiths had to adjust or install new sights.
Fast forward to the 21st century. The designers at Real Avid figured out how to build a “sight pusher” for Glock press-fit sights. This tool is a heavy-duty piece of equipment and it includes an armorer’s combination disassembly and front sight tool..
. The reason that the tool is so easy to use is because the oversize handle partners with extra fine drive threads to provide maximum torque with minimal effort. And, to ensure that the pistol slides are not damaged in the process, they installed adjustable non-marring surfaces on the clamps.
With an MSRP of $99.99, this tool is not for everyone. However, if you are a Glock pistol shooter, with multiple handguns, you might want to consider it. It makes adjusting and/or changing sights relatively easy. AND, it does not damage either the sights or pistol slides... that makes this tool a winner in our book