Glock Sight Adjustment and Installation

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Glock 30 with OEM sights.

We like Glocks at Cocked and Locked! It’s our #1 recommended pistol for self-defense because of its simplicity, reliability, and relatively low cost. Most Glocks come with fixed sights. The rear sight can be drift adjusted to move point of impact left or right. It is not recommended to use a hammer and punch to move the rear sight because you could damage the sight and ruin the finish on your pistol.

If you are shooting high or low, you must replace the rear sight with one of a different height. Cocked and Locked sells OEM polymer rear sights for $5.

If you want more durable sights, we sell front and rear Glock OEM steel sights for $15.

We can replace your fixed rear sight with a Glock OEM adjustable rear sight if you don’t have a drift tool and want the ability to adjust the sight on your own.  A rear adjustable Glock OEM sight is $20.

If you purchase a Glock from us, we will drift your rear sight for FREE for life. Call us anytime to set an appointment. You can shoot your Glock prior to leaving to confirm the rear sight is adjusted correctly.

If you did not buy your Glock from Cocked and Locked but wish to have your rear OEM sight adjusted, there is a nominal service charge of $15.

We also sell, install, and adjust fiber optic and night sights from Trijicon, AmeriGlo, TruGlo, and others. Call for more information.

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Rear and front Glock OEM night sights.

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Trijicon 3-dot night sights for Glock pistols.

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Glock OEM adjustable rear sight.

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From Glock’s website. Explanation of rear sight sizes and types.