New Polymer Field Pistol Sight Tool from Fix It Sticks

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by Luke C.

Fix It Sticks has a bunch of handy little toolkits that are compact, and quite useful in the range of everything from regular field stripping to mounting and removing optics. Fix It Sticks has just announced one of its newest dedicated tools – the Field Pistol Sight Tool for adjusting rear polymer sights on handguns. Normally this is a job for a punch and hammer or perhaps even another larger sight adjustment tool. This iron-sight-specific tool is compact enough to fit in any range bag and eliminates the guesswork of adjusting pistol sights with clear markings.

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New Polymer Field Pistol Sight Tool from Fix It Sticks

The Field Pistol Sight Tool is easy to use. Simply open the tool, rotate the folding press block into position, adjust the non-marring slide bracket to support the tool, position on the handgun, then use a Fix It Sticks T-Way wrench or quarter inch hex driver to push the sight. Precise millimeter markings on the tool make it simple to adjust with precision and repeatability. This eliminates having to drift a sight back and forth with a punch to zero the pistol, saving time and ammunition. Click here to see a video on how to use the Field Pistol Sight Tool.

The sight adjustment tool is sold for $100, which again might be kind of steep for a handgun owner who only has a few items in his collection. For someone like me, or the weekend gunsmith, or even a dedicated gunsmith, this handy little tool could save you a lot of time at the range. For more information on the new Fix It Sticks Field Pistol Sight Tool for Rear Polymer Iron sights you can visit

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  • Haulin' Oats Haulin' Oats on Feb 28, 2024

    Very nice, a handy companion for the gun range. Keep one in your bag next to your ammo.

  • Mmmoose Mmmoose on Feb 28, 2024

    for adjusting rear polymer sights on handguns.

    Sooo... basically just Glock sights? Don't understand why the description is beating around the bush instead of calling it out by name. 🥴