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Does anyone make a sight pusher for the P320?
 
Posts: 6924 | Location: Raymore, Missouri | Registered: June 24, 2006Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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MGW makes slide “shoes” for the P320 to fit their “Sight Pro” tool, and, I believe, the somewhat less expensive Range Master tool.




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I have the Sight-Tool.com universal pusher that is constantly sold on eBay for $65. Worked like a charm on the P320.

It comes from a small machine shop in WA state. Seller also makes & sells offroad 4x4 parts.
 
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MGW makes slide “shoes” for the P320 to fit their “Sight Pro” tool, and, I believe, the somewhat less expensive Range Master tool.


Seconded. MGW makes amazing sight pushers, though they do not come cheap. I imagine many of the less expensive more generic ones will work as well, they just take a bit more care to avoid damaging your slide.
 
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I am using the Wheeler Engineering sight tool. Used it more than a handful of times on a P320 legion, X5, X compact, M18, and it works well for me. MGW is also great but costs more.
 
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I have the Sight-Tool.com universal pusher that is constantly sold on eBay for $65. Worked like a charm on the P320.


I have this exact pusher as well and it works great. I've done 2 of my 320's and every one of my 220's with it.

walker, if you just need to it for a short time I'd be happy to send you mine to use.
 
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I have the Sight-Tool.com universal pusher that is constantly sold on eBay for $65. Worked like a charm on the P320.

It comes from a small machine shop in WA state. Seller also makes & sells offroad 4x4 parts.


I'm local to iron chef & borrowed his pusher to do night sights on my 320.
Worked great. Shimmed it with a piece of credit card to prevent marring the slide/sights.




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I was considering this very thing as compared to just using a Dawson supplied punch.
 
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I may try the sight tool. Thanks guys!
 
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I've changed out a bunch of P320 sights using the Rear-Sight Tool (RST).

http://www.rearsighttool.com
 
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I just changed my HKP30L sights to Trijicons Hd Xr with a good brass punch everything turned out fine. I t takes longer to get the proper fit sanding the bottom of the sights than anything.
 
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I’m glad it worked out but any punch isn’t the best idea when dealing with tritium vials. Brass may not mar the finish but it is still a punch. Only thing I use a punch for is those fiber optic fronts. They are so skinny it seems looking at them wrong might bend them. Lots of people do though and if you’re careful it usually ends fine. A good pusher takes all the worry out of the equation though.

Put me in the MGW sight pro/master category. Never met a sight that it wouldn’t install with confidence. Big ass screw for leverage. Inside shoe to ensure you don’t pinch slide. Can get pusher as low on frame as possible easily. Occasionally I have to buy a 20 dollar shoe for an oddball gun. Can’t beat buying quality once.
 
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MGW doesn't make one for the 320.
 
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MGW doesn't make one for the 320.


The standalone sight pushers are being phased out. The SightPro and Rangemaster covers every make and model making the proprietary versions less desirable.


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Yup. I have the RangeMaster apparently. I’ve changed sights on all 5 of my 320’s. It’s just math. Simple search shows them for 179. I’m sure you could beat that. It’s good for basically everything. Just need a shoe per style gun.

The other pushers cost less initially but just look at the size of the screw and threading. The MGW screw is easily double the size. You get a tough to remove sight and you will be glad you spent extra for a quality tool. And yes, a punch and hammer is cheaper as well.
 
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I have the Sight-Tool.com universal pusher that is constantly sold on eBay for $65. Worked like a charm on the P320.


I have this exact pusher as well and it works great.


I use this same on on my P320s.

I was already heavily invested in the standalone single-brand MGW sight pushers, and just needed a pusher solely for P320s. If circumstances were different, like I didn't already own a bunch of brand-specific pushers, I'd definitely invest in the MGW Sight Pro and whatever shoes you need. That's the best move nowadays.
 
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Which cheaper eBay version is the best and does it work for both front and rear?
 
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I used the wheeler engineering sight pusher on my p320 compact

Worked like a charm

Nevertheless : if mgw would make a designated sight pusher for the p320 : i would buy it

Not a fan of the mgw sight pusher with the different shoes you have to purchase especially when these shoes are so hard to come by where i live in Europe
 
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Which cheaper eBay version is the best and does it work for both front and rear?
Sight-tool

This is the one I have and it works on both front and back sights. $65 shipped isn't too bad I think.
 
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Does the MGW tool work on the P365/P365 XL series? Are there shoes to fit it?
 
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