I had a set of iDot pro sights installed on my shield, and they are okay, but for one thing: the front sight is off center, so its shooting left.
They guy who put them on for me obvioulsy didn’t have a sight pusher, as evidenced by the marks on one side of the sight. So, I don’t want to go back and give him another crack at it. Can I do it myself? How? I’ve never drifted a sight before. Does heat help? Someone give me the lowdown on this. It looks like it should be easy, but I don’t want to break anything.
Well, I beat the heck out of it with a brass punch. The only thing I accomplished was hacking up one side of the sight. It didnt move a millimeter. So, I broke down and ordered a cheap sight pusher tool. It should be here in a few days. We will see what happens. If it works, then I can take the front sight out, repair the damage I did with the punch, and reinstall it.