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Beretta Sight Adjustment Tool, PX4 Storm and 8000 Series
  • Beretta Sight Adjustment Tool, PX4 Storm and 8000 Series
  • Beretta Sight Adjustment Tool, PX4 Storm and 8000 Series
  • Beretta Sight Adjustment Tool, PX4 Storm and 8000 Series
  • Beretta Sight Adjustment Tool, PX4 Storm and 8000 Series
 

Beretta Sight Adjustment Tool, PX4 Storm and 8000 Series

Stock No: UD6A0027
$130.00


 
Designed to push the rear sight and not mar the handgun. Includes instructions.
Please note that the tool is actually Black in color, and not blue, as picture.





Removing the original.


Assembling the substitute.


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Beretta Sight Adjustment Tool, PX4 Storm and 8000 Series
Overall Rating:
         
5
 
 
Number of Reviews: 4
 
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User:
Tom
Date:
June 03, 2013
         
 
Excellent Tool
 
Review:

This is an excellent tool for the removal and installation of fixed sights for your Beretta PX4. The only prep work I did before installing the new sights was, as becker recommended, sand the base of the replacement Beretta adjustable sights. I would have given the tool a five-star rating, but I found that the included literature did not address the Beretta PX4 adequately. Contrary to JC's review, this tool DOES work with the PX4, however, one must completely disassemble the adjustable sights (that is, remove all of the adjusting screws from the sight) so that the slide can escape the tool once installation is completed. Now I can finally shoot straight.

User:
becker
Date:
September 28, 2012
         
 
Sight Tool
 
Review:

This is a very sturdy tool but it requires help removing the sights on a PX4. It works for the front and rear sight. Once you apply pressure and the sights don't want to budge tap lightly on the turn screw with a brass hammer and retighten and tap again. You can walk the sights out that way. To istall the beretta adjustable sight you can reverse the process. First I would suggest you run the bottom of the sight dovetail on 400grit paper and remove a .001 to .002". Also you will fine the storm had the sights peened from inside the slide. Take a small file and flatten the bumps out. Go carefully. The rear adjustable sight can be installed by removing the elevation screw and tilting the sight up to allow the tool to work.Be carefull not to lose the two coil elevation springs or the detent ball that contacts the elevation screw. Before you start read the directions that came with the tool and be sure your sights are started from the right direction.

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