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Glock Front Sight Installation Instructions

Installing a front sight into a Glock pistol is easy but you will need a special narrow socket wrench. Here's how to do it.

  
  

Glock front sight post hole

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The following pictures show the progression of the steps needed to remove a factory front sight from a Glock 19 and replace it with the front sight from a Ameriglo Ghost Ring Plain GL-122 Sight Set.

 

Inside of Glock slide. See the front sight post hole.  Use  a small screwdriver to push out the front sight from inside the slide. Glock factory front sight removed as shown from inside the slide.  Glock factory front sight removed as shown from top of slide.  
       
Clean the front sight hole.  Clean the front sight hole.   Install new front sight from top of slide. Install and tighten screw not from inside the slide. You will need a special wrench. Use Loctite.  Front sight installed with Ghost ring rear sight. 
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Sight view of Ameriglo Ghost ring sight set Glock factory front sight removed from the slide.  Glock factory front sight.  Bottom of factory Glock front sight. 
       
     
Ameriglo front sight (left)
Glock front sight (right) 
Ameriglo front sight (back)
Glock front sight (front)   
Ameriglo front sight (right)
Glock front sight (left)  
 

 

 

 

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MIKE COVIELLO is a former aerospace engineer, now Web Designer/SEO Consultant. Hobbies include shooting zombies & reloading ammunition.