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Old January 21, 2013, 07:30 PM   #22
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You can drift the sights yourself, with a brass punch and light hammer (may a small metal or slightly heavier plastic-headed hammer.) You should have those in your gun bag or tool box, regardless.
I do, but I don't have a good vise, I just moved. I'd rather bring it to someone with a sight pusher when it's only going to cost me like $25.

Federal American Eagle and Winchester White Box will give more problems than more expensive (or better quality) ammo.
It's never given me any problems with thousands of rounds down dozens of other pistols. This isn't a custom 1911. If you have the money to run premium ammo for target practice great for you, I don't.
Know the status of your weapon
Keep your muzzle oriented so that no one will be hurt if the firearm discharges
Keep your finger off the trigger until you have an adequate sight picture
Maintain situational awareness
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