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I don't know anything about these sights except for what you see here.
Does anyone know if they'll fit with minimal work on my Sistema?

If they wouldn't fit, can anyone suggest some sights that would fit easily? Thanks.
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The front sight could be a Millet dual-crimp (Millet also makes the sight with a standard tenon mount). The dual-crimp requires drilling two holes in the slide into which the sight is "riveted" with a special tool. After drilling, you can't use any other type of sight, I gather. I've got probably 10,000 rounds of full-power ammo through my Millet-sighted .45, and the thing is still stuck on there. It's the second one I've had, though; first one came off within fifty rounds. Most people don't like them.
 

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The rear sight will work. The front sight will be more difficult because the old guns like the Sistema will have a very small cutout in the slide for the front sight tenon, requiring a gunsmith to shave the tenon down on a replacement sight to get it to fit.
 
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