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After sighting in the RMR a couple of weeks ago I found that it doesnt co witness with the irons so I broke out the depth mics and found the front site is almost .050 to the right. Just about the exact amount my co witness is off.
Can anyone recommend a sight pusher that works well with the FNX.45 Tac?
 

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I have one of these: Fisher Solutions - Home - El Cajon, CA

Haven't used it on my Tac, but it works well and doesn't mar the sights (I did not put tape on the part that actually contacts the sight itself, but did use a couple of layers on the clamp portion and shimmed it with a bit of cardboard under the slide for my FNP 9)
 
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I have one of these: Fisher Solutions - Home - El Cajon, CA

Haven't used it on my Tac, but it works well and doesn't mar the sights (I did not put tape on the part that actually contacts the sight itself, but did use a couple of layers on the clamp portion and shimmed it with a bit of cardboard under the slide for my FNP 9)
I'll give this one a shot. The P500 is nowhere to be found.
 

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I have one of these: Fisher Solutions - Home - El Cajon, CA

Haven't used it on my Tac, but it works well and doesn't mar the sights (I did not put tape on the part that actually contacts the sight itself, but did use a couple of layers on the clamp portion and shimmed it with a bit of cardboard under the slide for my FNP 9)
There's enough clearance for the suppressor sights?
 

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There's enough clearance for the suppressor sights?
Just checked, unfortunately no, it just goes over the base of the front sight (like scrapes the top of the base of the front sight). For the rear sight it's fine.
 

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Thanks for your concern. I'm actually ordering this for a Kahr P9 and a Smith & Wesson model 41. Looks like a nice affordable tool.
It works well, just have to shim a bit (I used cardboard and tape). Kind of wish the XL was available when I ordered mine, but oh well. Might be able to have a buddy machine a taller blade.
 
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