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    Taurus PT 638 Pro SA

    How do you adjust the windage and elevation on the rear sight ?

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    First, Welcome Aboard. Unless you have a non-US market gun, or other non-standard rear sight, there should be 2 adjustment screws on the right side of the rear sight. The rear, or left screw, should be for elevation, and the front, or right screw, for windage. Right is UP or Right, and Left is Down or Left. Its been a long time since I made adjustments, so I might have the directions wrong, but you should see the direction of travel, and adjust accordingly.
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    WOW!!
    now see I need to pay better attention to detail!
    I have shot 2 of these lil guns and was impressed with the way they shot. but honestly thought they had the regular old Novak sights on them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    WOW!!
    now see I need to pay better attention to detail!
    I have shot 2 of these lil guns and was impressed with the way they shot. but honestly thought they had the regular old Novak sights on them.
    With all those 1911s all you can 'see' is Novak. I don't have a 638, but had looked to purchase. I believe they are the same rear as the 24/7.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zylo_X View Post
    With all those 1911s all you can 'see' is Novak. I don't have a 638, but had looked to purchase. I believe they are the same rear as the 24/7.
    OK, thats what i thought as well, just from looking before i ran some rounds down range, now of course the 24/7 has non adjustable Novak sites!(drift for windage)
    you just messing with me right??
    tyring to drive the old guy over the edge!!-LOL
    Whos on first???
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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    OK, thats what i thought as well, just from looking before i ran some rounds down range, now of course the 24/7 has non adjustable Novak sites!(drift for windage)
    you just messing with me right??
    tyring to drive the old guy over the edge!!-LOL
    Whos on first???
    My deepest and most sincerestest sorries for the confusion. I would hate for you to go off meds, again.
    Perhaps it's just the G2 style. The rear sight base is like 19x21mm. In this photo you can see the base, and adjustment screw holes (from the left side).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zylo_X View Post
    My deepest and most sincerestest sorries for the confusion. I would hate for you to go off meds, again.
    Perhaps it's just the G2 style. The rear sight base is like 19x21mm. In this photo you can see the base, and adjustment screw holes (from the left side).
    OHHHHHH?? so you are speaking of them "OTHER" 24/7's?-----
    sorry I don't do G-2's.-------

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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    OHHHHHH?? so you are speaking of them "OTHER" 24/7's?-----
    sorry I don't do G-2's.-------

    OPPS! time for my meds , again!!
    And I don't do first gen (yet). Part of my resistance to getting the 638 was that it seems like an orphan. Basically, a 138 on steroids, but I couldn't nail down mags and sights, etc., and the manuals on Taurus' web site didn't help. Not to bash the OP's gun, I still really like the 638, as it looks sharp,and fits my hand well. If it goes on sale again at Academy, one might follow me home.
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    Yes Sir! I agree, its like caught in a time warp!
    the thing was out just long enough to be an odd ball, Kind of like the 732?
    nothing against the gun but parts may be real difficult in the future.
    I do like the way the thing fits my hand and shoots though.
    it is a tad large for a 380 though.
    after playing with the Sig 938 in 9 MM actually its a monster size 380!-LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by olfarhors View Post
    Yes Sir! I agree, its like caught in a time warp!
    the thing was out just long enough to be an odd ball, Kind of like the 732?
    nothing against the gun but parts may be real difficult in the future.
    I do like the way the thing fits my hand and shoots though.
    it is a tad large for a 380 though.
    after playing with the Sig 938 in 9 MM actually its a monster size 380!-LOL

    Talk about a 'large 380'... Here is my PT58HC with the 238. GEEZ!! The price for 19+1.
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