Pretty much any slide without a safety mounted to it.
Keep in mind that some sights are machine pressed very tight, and may require soaking the base with penetrating oil for a day.
Always push the sight out in the opposite direction it was installed, you may see marks on the slide cut from the original installation or you can check with the Manufacturer.
The tool is easy to use, shim slide with washers to get proper height
Bottom aluminum block can be removed for front sights.
Here is a link to the tool in use.
Here are the instructions for use,
1. Wrap slide with cleaning patch or another suitable
material to protect slide surface.
2. Insert slide between clamp blocks aligning sight
base with sight blade, if needed use washers under
slide to achieve correct height.
3. Tighten wingnut to secure slide.
4. Use a 3/4" wrench to turn adjusting bolt, this will
move the sight blade
To achieve proper clearance for front sights
take out the shim block by removing the screw under
the sight tool and follow steps 1 - 4.
Lightly oil the adjusting bolt and tool frame periodically
to prevent rust and insure smooth operation.
Note: Some sights can be very difficult to budge and
may require soaking the base in penetrating oil for 24
hours. In some cases a Gunsmith may need to break
the sight loose.
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