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Anyone that can give med som advice which sight pusher will be god for my X5 allround?

never done this before and i will buy a sight pusher by i do not which one to buy for a medium price

so please hit me with some tips
 

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Hi

Anyone that can give med som advice which sight pusher will be god for my X5 allround?

never done this before and i will buy a sight pusher by i do not which one to buy for a medium price

so please hit me with some tips
First off, this is tough, since the X5 only needs the to have the front sight centered, as it has an adjustable rear sight, so I question your need for a pusher.

As for specific use, on Sig models, the Ameriglo Sigtool6 which is made by MGW, and the same exact tool as Sig offers, is almost half the price.
https://www.amazon.com/Ameriglo-Sight-Pusher-Models-Sigpro/dp/B003C6W0GG

There are several universal sight pusher models, that are claimed by some members here to be good alternatives. Careful set up is required.
https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Arm...&qid=1493244887&sr=8-53&keywords=sight+pusher
 

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First off, this is tough, since the X5 only needs the to have the front sight centered, as it has an adjustable rear sight, so I question your need for a pusher.

As for specific use, on Sig models, the Ameriglo Sigtool6 which is made by MGW, and the same exact tool as Sig offers, is almost half the price.
https://www.amazon.com/Ameriglo-Sight-Pusher-Models-Sigpro/dp/B003C6W0GG

There are several universal sight pusher models, that are claimed by some members here to be good alternatives. Careful set up is required.
https://www.amazon.com/Ultimate-Arm...&qid=1493244887&sr=8-53&keywords=sight+pusher
Hello Willard

Thank you for the answer i will go for Sigtool6 ,i have also change the rear sight to this,and i will put the optic sight in the front
 

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If I understand what you want to do correctly, for a single use like that, I'd suggest you locate a dealer/gunsmith to swap out the front sight. You can do the rear yourself simply. Then it's just a matter of adjusting the rear sight as normal.
 

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WARNING - Malwarebytes flagged that sight as a potential threat.

See attached.
 

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That's strange, flash LB sent it to me and I ordered a sight pusher with a debit card without any problems, got it in the mail and have been using it.
Malwarebytes just got a false positive, it's something that happens from time to time with a complex algorithm that's looking for patterns.

I've been on the site numerous times over a period of a couple of years or so with no problems.

Even AR15.com occasionally gives a false positive to malware programs, so it happens.

Edited to add the following: http://www.malwareremovalguides.info/malwarebytes-anti-malware-blocks-outgoing-ip/
Malwarebytes Anti-Malware blocks outgoing IP, is a frequently asked question and mostly it is very difficult for the user to determine whether the message is caused by malware or a preventive IP block? Sometimes Malwarebytes Anti-Malware will display a message about a outgoing IP with a proces of your installed security program like “IP-Block “avastsvc.exe” to IP address 46.229.165.2 (Type: outgoing)“. In this case Malwarebytes Anti-Malware detect an interaction of avast! of an malicious website or outgoing connection. This occurs because many antivirus software will intercept all inbound and outbound connections from your PC.

If you are concerned about corruption of your computer and when you get the outgoing IP-Block alerts while no browser or P2P (peer to peer) program is open and there are multiple IPs listed, this may be cause for alarm as the system may be compromised. In this case it is recommended to perform a full systemscan with Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, and for a second opinion you can use Emsisoft Anti-Malware or HitmanPro with a on-demand scan.
 
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