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    Matrix Rear Sight Tool

    Came across these today, first time I've seen they were making them.
    I've had great results using their front sight pin tool.
    I know I've wrecked a few side blades using the ole punch method

    I should get mine in a week or so.
    Happy to have one for the asking price,

    M1 CARBINE REAR SIGHT INSTALL AND REMOVAL TOOL

    And now I see they have their own frt sight R&R tools:



    M1 Carbine Tools

    And how do you not love his "ABOUT US" section:

    About - MATRIX


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    Last edited by painter777; 05-12-2017 at 11:49 PM. Reason: wrecked frt site pins in wrong area of post.

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    Charlie, I have his front sight tool, but haven't used it yet. In his videos, everything looks so easy - doubt it would go that well if I were doing it! I got my rear sight tool from Nick, and it took some practice to get used to. Mine "wobbled" a bit, and he replaced it with one that was a little bit better. Nick's is a little heavier built, but the Matrix looks like a good design and easier to use. Matrix also includes an insert to help protect the stamped rear sights. I asked if he could supply the insert separately, since I already had another brand of tool, and he sent me one "no charge." He's a neat guy, and I like the "about us", too! - Bob

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    I see on his site that he will sell the rear sight spacer seperate.
    I like the guy and haven't met him. HAA!

    Have a good night
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    I came back to this post to link up to Matrix and now see my links no longer work.

    Looks like instead of a Dot Net, they have a new web address using Dot com.

    Here it is for any interested:

    Matrix Precision, High Quality Parts

    Charlie-Painter777

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