Are you going to install/adjust just Glock OEM plastic sights?Considering buying a sight pusher to install/adjust Glock rear sights. The Glockmeister and MGW tools are similarly priced and generally available. Any recommendations for one over the other?
Gentle use of a hammer and a brass punch (or a little piece of wood, for that matter) will work to adjust the rear sight you have, there should be no reason to use a tool. The sight is given its fit in the dovetail by means of a little steel spring that fits into the bottom of the sight. You cannot see it with the sight installed, but it is there. It is quite easy to move.My immediate need is to adjust a Glock plastic sight to POA. Longer term I may want to install other sights. Yes I do have a bench vise.
They do indeed make a fine sight pusher. In fact, they make TWO for Glocks: one for "use with flat side sights" and one for "use with factory angled style sights". MGW tools are definitely fine. At about $100 each with shipping.Go with the MGW. It is VERY well made and works great. Yes you can use a vise. I personally like the option of having it with me to adjust or replace sights where ever I am. I cant count how many sights Ive worked on at matches, fun shoots, classes, friends guns ect.
Highly recommend the MGW
ditto, I spent a c note for one but I also have 4 glocks, using a hammer/punch is sometimes hard when you only need to move the sights mm's, well worth it to keep your glock 100%