B&J Machine P500 Pro Universal Sight Tool

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by Boldkharma, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. AustinN4

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    Great idea. If we can just get someone in each metro area to buy one I would certainly be willing to rent it or pay per use and am sure others would as well. But I just can't justify one for my own use.
     


  2. AustinN4

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    Double tap
     
  3. Davetex

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    I've got one of these....

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    And it works OK, but it's not anywhere near as nice as the OP's new pusher. The other side of that coin is I only paid about 50 bucks for it. So, you get what you pay for.
     
  4. Boldkharma

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    I have one of those as well. It did not work well for me especially on Beretta's. The slide kept twisting trying to push the rear site (very tight) and it is no bueno for the front site due to the slide taper on the Beretta.
     
  5. V-Tach

    V-Tach Well-Known Forum Sponsor

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    I have the B&J P500 and use it damn near daily.....a much better machine since they went to the non rotating pins and the extra vertical clamp........can still break the pins on Kimbers and some Springfields, though......When you call B&J for parts, you talk to the owner.....they do have a lifetime guarantee on parts and stand behind them....There are even more expensive machines out there.....but the P500 covers 98% of my needs.......someone sold one here on TGT not long ago for like 75 or 100.00.....almost bought it myself for that price....
     
  6. Tanked84

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    I' going to have to buy one. That one looks a lot better than the one I have used.
     

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