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This is a quick review of the Trijicon Night Sights with the Rear Novak Cut. Stick around until the end for detailed photos. Trijicon Part # GL11. This sight part# will fit the following Glock Models: 17, 17L, 19, 20, 21, 21SF, 22, 23, 24, 26, 27, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, and 39. http://www.trijicon.com/na_en/products/product1.php?id=BNTNS
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Bring that shirt to the range, after you've fired some rounds through your glock use it to iron that shirt.
I was looking for some night sights for my G23 and went with the Trijicon HD, I could not be happier, now I want them on all my handguns lol.
Night sights are good to have. Trijicons are among the upper echelon, i just won a bid for a set for 79$ plus shipping cost for 8$ new-in box.. Cant beat that price for new trijicon night sights.. And i will install them myself and do a video on that when i receive
The sights. It's easy
I only had them install the sights because they did it free since I had a CHL class that day, otherwise I would have done it myself. Shooters Station.
I did not install them myself. It is possible to use a mallet but a Glock specific rear sight drifting tool is recommended. If you are pretty mechanically savvy then is definitely possible to do yourself.
The link in the video is to a less expensive source. It's easier to show than to explain. It depends on the pistol. You can also go to the Trijicon website under their Bright and Tough product line to see the difference between the novak or standard rear sight.
whats the difference between the standard and Novak rear sights? im lookin to get the standard cost $99 and novak $159 why the big price increase? and could you give me your opinion on which is better and why. thanks