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Ram, youd better have a seat for this!

So there I am, just minding my own business, when my G26 falls to the ground.

No problem.

Yesterday I take it out to shoot, and the rear sight is a bit to the left, about 3/8" or so!!!

Do I just drift it back with a punch and hammer, or do I need to take it to a gun smith?
 

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I'd just push it back into place with the eraser end of a pencil. But I like to work on my own guns.
 

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I would carefully drift it back to where it should be. When I had my Baby Eagle the rear sight would move to the right frequently. I finally centered it for the last time and put Loctite on it. It's easy to straighten one.
 

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On the bright side, you have a good excuse to shoot it now (as if any of us need an excuse to shoot)

You've gotta make sure it's sighted in right!
 

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DrGlock said:
Ram, youd better have a seat for this!

So there I am, just minding my own business, when my G26 falls to the ground.

No problem.

Yesterday I take it out to shoot, and the rear sight is a bit to the left, about 3/8" or so!!!

Do I just drift it back with a punch and hammer, or do I need to take it to a gun smith?
See, Glocks aren't perfect as Gaston would have you believe. :twisted: :lol:
 
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