GUN Night Sights for XD40 4"

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  1. Raithan

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    Looked around a bit and www.pistol-gear.com seems to be alright, but does anyone know of any cheaper places to buy Night Sights for an XD40? Preferably Trijicons or Mepros. I looked on www.cheaperthandirt.com too and they don't appear to have any for the XD's.. :confused:
     
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    It's hard to beat pistol-gear. Not only with thier price... but with service. Scott is a great guy and goes the extra mile for his customers.
     
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    Once you deal with Scott at pistol gear, you won't want to go anywhere else. He is very quick and cheap on shipping.
     
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    i recommend pistol-gear as well.
     
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    Cool. Thanks guys. Typically how much does it cost to have them installed? $20-40 or so?
     
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    install them yourself :squint:
     
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    40 bucks is the usual rate. You can try to install them but after you spend the cash on tools and crap it's better to have a pro do it. If he screws it up, he can fix it.
     

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