Put a drop if superglue into the front sight, I lost my insert at the range. Cheap insurance instead of being without a front fiber optic for a week!
Everyone remember: Righty - Tighty, Lefty - Looseycj said:Immediately insert a tight-fitting wrench and give a quick counterclockwise twist to crack the loctite.
Repeat for other sight.
What kind of holster? I was wondering how they would work with my DeSantis IWB.high5apparatus said:UPDATE: I goes in and out of my holster with no problems.
My local range/gun shop said it would be $20 to put them on. After spending $10 on sets of allen wrenches and ending up cutting off the old front sight with a dremmel tool, I think if I were to do it again I would pay the $20.fltrucker73 said:just curious would you do it again or just pay gunsmith to put them on???i am thinking of putting some on and just want your opinion on how much B.S. is involved
http://www.taurusarmed.net/forums/index.php?topic=3852.msg44269#msg44269fltrucker73 said:just curious would you do it again or just pay gunsmith to put them on???i am thinking of putting some on and just want your opinion on how much B.S. is involved
Actually, very SMART question. My personal motivation was that I didn't take to the Heine sights. No problems with my other pistols, but didn't like the Heine. One pistol I'm most accurate with is a Browning Buckmark with sights that look at lot like the Firesights, so based on my dislike for the Heine's and success with the Buckmark, I decided to try them out. Now I just need the snow to melt enough to get up the range's driveway!rwcreigh said:this might sound stupid but what is the advantage of fire sights?I think they look cool and might even get them for that reason.