It is amazing what electronic devices people are repairing now that they used to just throw away and replace. Everything from mobile phones, to roku boxes, to playstations, to PCs. Electronics used to be disposable… now they are repairable. The rise of YouTube has been a boon to the education of the masses (your’s truly included). The collective knowledge of people plus the internet is a powerful tool. Want to see how to fix a broken iPhone screen, or change the lifters in your 2005 Dodge Caravan, or do a hard drive replacement on your mom’s 2012 iMac? Chances are someone has posted on Youtube a step by step video guide to walk you through almost any repair.
A Glock front sight tool is a 3/16″ nut driver with a very thin wall thickness used to remove the bolt that holds the front sight to the slide. Most nut drivers won’t fit because there is very little space between the bolt and front wall of the slide. You can pay $15-$20 or more for a tool marketed specifically as a Glock front sight tool, but Wiha has a much more economical and presumably higher quality option. We have noticed the dominant theme in our customer reviews for Wiha’s 3/16th nut driver(part number 26547) is how well it works as a Glock front sight tool. Here are a few examples of the customer reviews we have received.
“Bought these for Glock front sight removal/install. I wil be using them in a high volume retail store. The quality looks first rate. With the reputation of the manufacturer, maybe I should have only purchased one. KC Tool could not have been any faster in completing my order.”