Oh. In my mind it ends up the same but finding a rear that is narrower and correct height probably is a tougher find. I still think replacing the front is easier because it’s very easy to find a wider front blade at the correct height. Not impossible I’m sure, but harder unless you are swapping as a pair.
Found a fix for the sight, ordered a Red Dot Ready Slide from Langdon. Installed a Trijicon RMR and ended with a great sight picture. However the slide is so tight the the pistol jammed 46 out 50 rounds. Sent an email to Langdon, awaiting a reply.
Never heard of that before. Is it hard to rack the slide? I have heard of bad sight swaps where the slide got “pinched” but I would think LTT wouldn’t do this. It’s why every time I read a review of cheap sight pushers I chuckle. MGW does cost more but that little show that goes INSIDE the rails means you can’t deform them either. Interested in what they say.
Not hard to rack, hell you have a red dot to grab hold of. The slide does feel sticky.
The advancing round usually gets stuck before entering the chamber. I remove the magazine drop out the round and reinsert the magazine and rack the gun to load the round. This tells me the slide does not come all the way back when fired. (Of course I could be full of crap.)