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I just installed Trijicon Night sights on my Glock 17 Gen4 and i love it so much!
However, I found my Glock is shooting to the left after 7 yards! before 7 yards it's dead on the center and the gunsmith thinks it's my problem...
So I asked my friend to shoot my Glock and the gun is definitely shooting to the left! (About 2~3 CM left from the center!)

Should I adjust the rear sight or front sight to the right hand side?
 

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I just installed Trijicon Night sights on my Glock 17 Gen4 and i love it so much!
However, I found my Glock is shooting to the left after 7 yards! before 7 yards it's dead on the center and the gunsmith thinks it's my problem...
So I asked my friend to shoot my Glock and the gun is definitely shooting to the left! (About 2~3 CM left from the center!)

Should I adjust the rear sight or front sight to the right hand side?
Rule of thumb:

Rear sight is adjusted in the direction shots need to go.
Front sight is adjusted opposite of where the shots need to go.

Move your rear sight slightly to the right.
 

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I just installed Trijicon Night sights on my Glock 17 Gen4 and i love it so much!
However, I found my Glock is shooting to the left after 7 yards! before 7 yards it's dead on the center and the gunsmith thinks it's my problem...
So I asked my friend to shoot my Glock and the gun is definitely shooting to the left! (About 2~3 CM left from the center!)

Should I adjust the rear sight or front sight to the right hand side?
Just had Trijicon Night sights put on my Glock 19/3 and it also shot left, minor adjustment by the range guy and it work just great.
 
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