Yeah, the way they were machined-[b said:
No, a spring loaded detent catches the screw that is on the side of the sight. When the detent is pressed down, it releases the screw and the rear sight can be slid out.[b said:Quote[/b] (blueiron @ Sep. 17 2004,12:57)]Is a sight installation tool required for the rear night sight?
I checked my Meprolight instructions and warranty card.[b said:Quote[/b] (BreakerDave @ Sep. 12 2004,10:27)]-I'd stay away from Mepro's since they don't last as long Trijicon's product.
Hi Breakerdave,I use Earl's Night Sights, but they use Tritium inserts from Trijicon. The thing that made me chose Earl's was the cut on the rear sight that seems to prevent snagging.
-I'd stay away from Mepro's since they don't last as long Trijicon's product.