XS Sights

Rear Sight Pusher Tool

Inline Rear Sight Tools for Glock are designed to be easy to use and allow you to quickly install sights on your pistol by reducing installation force by half. Two versions are available: the DIY Series and the GUNSMITH Series. The unique, open-top design allows visual alignment and viewing of the installation process. The “locking wedge” feature quickly and easily secures the firearm’s slide. A non-marring brass bit is included to protect your Glock’s finish and a built-in centering scale allows for precise windage adjustments. Compact, lightweight, and made from hardcoat-anodized 6061-T6 aluminum, these tools are ideal for use both on your workbench or at the range.

The DIY Series tool is intended for the do-it-yourselfer who owns or maintains multiple Glock pistols and allows the user to complete a wide range of sight installs on all Glock slides, including suppressor-height sights. The GUNSMITH Series offers the fastest sight installation of the two. Instead of a simple hex key to move the rear slide, this tool includes a T-handle bit for more leverage, and the handle doubles as a front sight tool. The handle and the tool bolt are both magnetized; the magnet in the bolt head secures the T-handle while installing rear sights, while the magnetic hex bit securely holds the front sight’s screw in place for a drop-free install.

Both tools are designed for use with the XS R3D and F8 night sights, but will also work for many other brands.

MSRP: DIY Series—$150; GUNSMITH Series—$200

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