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I realize the UC9 sights can be replaced with Sig sights #8. Have any of you actually used these sights?


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Afternoon USCG721,
The rear one I got from Sig fit (#9), the front one didn't.
 

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Here is more info on both front and rear install.

[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3iUBQQ3o4U&list=PLE58BD76DF677B005&index=3[/ame]
 

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Mornin USCG721,
I'm getting conflicting info on the numbers of the sights used. One side tells me that stock sights are rear #8 and front #6. The other side tells me there both #8. Any way, I went with the #9 from Sig. The don't make a regular #10, their #10 is a see in the dark one and is around $60+ if I remember right. Remember now I also made me a front sight and I think that raise my POI some. I tried the front #6 from Sig but it just slid through the dove tail, way to small. Sig gave most of my money back. Another guy said he went with the #10 rear and is happy with that setup.
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Interesting! Thanks for the input...I will let you know how it goes for me


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I realize the UC9 sights can be replaced with Sig sights #8. Have any of you actually used these sights?


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Check with Eagle Imports think the web sight says it uses the sig #8 sight. I have a set of metropolitan night sights but haven't put them on it yet. I may end up putting something like the truglo fiber sights on it instead.
 

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Mornin USCG721,
Altho I have changed the sights from what shows here (a few times), this might help you. It's an old post. They come out and go in from the left side as shown.
(** the words in blue are links, click on them**)

Evenin Boys,
My sights came today at 2:30pm. Got them on.
First thing I feel I should say is "if you not comfortable working on weapons or don't want to get them scratched up because you get in a hurry, take it to a gun smith". Ok, that's out of the way. Now,,,
First off, watch the video..
[ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R3iUBQQ3o4U&list=PLE58BD76DF677B005&index=3[/ame]

Here we go, I got the tools layed out and started. I put tape on it so I wouldn't scratch it. Then I TAPPED it out. Then cleaned the area REAL good. After I did what the video showed me to do, I tapped the front sight in. Got it linedup to where I liked it and was done with that one.
Same for the rear, tape it and tap it out. Getting the rear one in and lined up was NOT easy, but I took my time and had to switch to a metal punch, but it went. It took me about 2 hours, but I enjoy working on my weapons and just take my time.
I like how it came out. I think I will change the front sight to the red one just to see how it works for me.
It's too darn cold out and it's gonna be that way for a few days for me to make sure it's sighted in. Sighting it in is an important step with new sights and I don't want to cold, I'm only going to do this part once.
 
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