No, I will be selling them to offset the cost of the HD's.Curious, are you going to be keeping the night sights?
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No need for sarcasm. The fact that you have already been warned should have been enough. Forums usually go to the crapper when everybody's info starts spilling into the threads.Ive posted twice and been reprimanded twice I geuss I better straighten up and follow every single rule exactly as written wow sorry guys.
Use brass punch on front. Universal sight tool on rear or brass punch. They remove left to right only. FN does not recommend to reinstall once they've been removed FYI. Go easy on night sights so you dont break tritium vile. Hope this helps.
WE WERE TOLD THE FRONT SIGHT WAS TO TALL FOR THIS TOOL AND A FEW OTHERS TO WORK. CAN YOU ADVISE IF YOU 'VE ACTUALLY BEEN ABLE TO GET IT TO WORK ON THE fns 40 AND 9. tHANKS IN ADVANCE. iT IS SUPPOSE TO WORK ON REAR.Another FYI, using a brass punch will likely leave ding marks as such it will immediately void the warranty. Always use the proper tool when adjusting, removing and or installing tritium night sights. Although there are other tools available the P500 Sight Tool is reasonably priced and will work front and rear sights...
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WE WERE TOLD THE FRONT SIGHT WAS TO TALL FOR THIS TOOL AND A FEW OTHERS TO WORK. CAN YOU ADVISE IF YOU 'VE ACTUALLY BEEN ABLE TO GET IT TO WORK ON THE fns 40 AND 9. tHANKS IN ADVANCE. iT IS SUPPOSE TO WORK ON REAR.
I emailed B and J as we did not talk about the pro tool only the cheaper standard. If it will work I'll order one and thankyou for bringing it to my attention. I'm waiting a response but sounds like you already got one. I rechecked my manual and it says left to right removal and it was stressed in class. I assumed it was tapered. If not then I'm scratching my head as to the why.