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    PT99AF rear sight blade replacement

    BRAND NEW to this forum! I've owned a PT99AF for many years (purchased new in 1987)...but just recently cleaned her up and started shooting again. Just noticed that half of the rear sight blade is missing. Ordered a new one from Taurus...should be here next week. Are there any tricks to replacing this thing? THANKS!

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