Glo paint or other instead of Trijicon sights?

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    It's common to have to file or fit a new set of sights to get them to fit properly. It's just a matter of being careful what you do, same as when you're installing the new set. If you use a brass punch to seat the new sights, a pencil eraser will remove the brass scuff marks left behind.
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