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    Got the TX22 out today

    First & last time I shot it was March 2019 & it went in the safe. 2nd time was today. Surprising results. It no longer shoots 2" high at 10 yards. Now it shoots 2" to the right at 10 yards. With the rear sight bottomed out & all the way to the left. I've never had a point of aim issue on a gun before with adjustable sights. Rarely with fixed sights. Ok, back in the safe until next year. Maybe the rear sight is made of taffy & the room got too warm.
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    mines kind of the same way. the incredibly cheap , all plastic sight has self stripping adjustment screws . just holstering, bumping or shooting it can make it change adjustment .
    one of my g2c`s is the same ( they share the same sight ) . i think its one of the guns biggest flaws . how much more could a little better all metal sight cost ?? of course you
    could go after market .------------------
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    I may have fixed it. Noticed the rear sight had drifted to the right a little in the mount. Didn't want to strip the mount screw so I just gave the right side of the sight 2 whacks with a plastic mallet & now it's in the middle again. If it hits point of aim I'll Superglue it in place & hope for the best. I know, redneck gunsmithing. Last time I checked I didn't find metal sights adjustable for both windage & elevation but it's been awhile so I'll check again.
    Ruger LCP .22
    (2) Ruger .38 LCR
    Taurus 66 with Hogue grips (my avatar)
    Taurus TX22
    SIG P290RS 9mm
    SIG P250 45 acp
    SIG P250 SC 9mm
    (2) Beretta Pico .380
    Ruger 22/45 .22
    Canik TP9SF One Series

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    I also believe the only down side of the G 2 series is the sights. That also seems to be the same sights on the TX22.

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    Im replacing my sights with a Holosun 407K on a Lakeline mount plate.

 

 

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