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Old February 22nd, 2017, 02:34 PM   #1
 
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GP100MC sight pusher

I'm looking for recommendations for the GPMC and I'm sure they have different blocks for semi's with dovetailed sights. Does anyone have recommendations? I removed the front sight and reinstalled it using the dovetail sight punch from Brownells but that sure is a chore on the GP100 Match Champion since they don't utilize the pinned sight option because of the crowned muzzle and the front sights are in there tight. Then being able to switch out the barrel blocks to accommodate my Grand Power P1 and P45 slides so I can adjust the windage on their dovetailed rear sights would be much more accurate than the hammer and punch. Thanks shooters.



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Old February 22nd, 2017, 04:23 PM   #2
 
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What's your budget? Lower, try the JMT Sight Pusher. Higher end, you have the MGW Sight Pusher.

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What's your budget? Lower, try the JMT Sight Pusher. Higher end, you have the MGW Sight Pusher.

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I like the operation and price of the JMT, I can't justify the $299 price of the MGW since the pusher is for personal use. Have you used the JMT on a Ruger revolver barrel and if so which model and what was needed to purchase additionally (if necessary) for fit and function. Thanks, Eagle
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Mark IV, it comes with everything the way I bought it. On some guns I have shimmed to fit, can't say I remember doing a Ruger revolver. I normally use a punch.

Drop them an email and ask.

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Mark IV, it comes with everything the way I bought it. On some guns I have shimmed to fit, can't say I remember doing a Ruger revolver. I normally use a punch.

Drop them an email and ask.

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I did drop them an e-mail on Thursday but no response yet.
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I did drop them an e-mail on Thursday but no response yet.
Ed sometimes takes a few days to get back to you. It's a one man operation.

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