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As you may know, I've been working on a drop-in rear blade sight for the P-3AT and P-32. (See this thread for some background.) My goal was to create a reasonably-priced sight that could be installed with or without gunsmithing, would provide a greatly improved sight picture, and would correct the tendency of these pistols to shoot low.

I'm happy to announce that I was successful! I subjected my first production samples to rigorous torture testing, which they passed with flying colors. The sight works great, the patent application's filed, so I wanted to let everyone here know that they are now ready to ship! Thanks again for all your comments, suggestions, and kind words.

Here are some images of my sight, installed on my own P-3AT:





I call it the P-Sight, and pricing is as follows:

$29.95 including adhesive
$24.95 without adhesive

These prices include shipping within the USA.

I'm offering it with and without the adhesive, since several members said they have the means to drill and tap their slides and mount it using a small screw. For others (like myself) the adhesive works extremely well. It is Loctite Black Max (thanks again to Bigiron from KTOG!) and is perhaps the most incredible stuff I've ever seen. Brownell's sells it for $7.85, but I was able to find a good source for it, hence my price of $5.00.

Updated 7/15/04:
I set up a website for the sights, which is http://www.PSEnhancements.com.


Again, my thanks for all your support throughout this project. Let me know what everyone needs next!
 

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Website online

Just a bump to let everyone know the website for the P-Sight (and hopefully future items!) is now online.
It is:

http://www.PSEnhancements.com. (Performance Shooting Enhancements)

As I mentioned in my updated post above, it's a work in progress, but I've got the important stuff on it.

The best feature is that you can see the actual
P-Sight installation manual there, which gives you all the details.

I look forward to your comments and suggestions!
 

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I'll be giving one a try after this weekends postal shoot results. I'll order one but I'm gonna wait til I get the chrome upgrade before installing.
 

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Gunder,

I received my sight on Saturday and just finished installing it this evening. No sanding needed, no problems. Slid right in like it was made for the gun!

That said, you MUST find a better way to ship these. Just asking the PO to hand cancel isn't going to work. Letters are fed into machines by the thousands for processing long before anyone looks at what is written on them. Mine arrived with the envelope torn to shreds, and even the plastic bag inside torn. I was lucky to find the sight in the envelope, and the glue tube was badly crushed.

Come on, Jiffy bags are a quarter and don't fit through the machines so are hand canceled. I'm sure your profit margin can take it. I would advise people to call and make sure how these are going to be shipped before ordering. It was pure dumb luck that mine was still in the envelope.

As per directions, I'll let it "rest" for 5 days before I fire it. Looks very nice on my chrome P-32 and unless you were very familiar with Kel-Tecs you'd swear it came stock. By the way, I knew it would be small, I could see exactly where it would fit, but I was still unprepared at how tiny it was. I really don't think snagging will be a problem at all.

I'll let you all know how it works.

CA
 

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Already done!

CA-guy,

The mailing issue has already been taken care of! I shipped only the first few P-Sights in envelopes like yours, and only after the Post Office assured me that they would indeed be hand-sorted. I soon learned that while some were, many were not, and I immediately found a solution.

All P-Sights are now shipped in a nice padded mailer, which should resist the best efforts of USPS to destroy them!

I really appreciate your comments. Glad to hear it fit your pistol so well, and installed very easily. Be sure to post some pics, as well as an after-action report!

Let me know if I can ever be of service. I'll do my best to handle any and all questions or problems as quickly as possible.
 
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