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I recently bought a 24/7 OSS in .45 ACP; I like it but the front sight needs adjustment and I was wondering if anyone knows the size of the Allen wrench needed to loosen the sight? Thanks in advance....
 

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Sorry I can't help you with your question, but congratulations on your acquisition of one of the finest tactical handguns that has ever been made by Taurus. ;)
 

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Should be a 1.5mm. Allen (Hex) wrench if it's the same as my 24/7 Pro.
Rear setscrew should be a 2mm.
 

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Should be a 1.5mm. Allen (Hex) wrench if it's the same as my 24/7 Pro.
Rear setscrew should be a 2mm.
What gwk1951 said!

You should have gotten some little Allen/Hex wrenches with your 24/7 OSS. I know I did with my .45 24/7 OSS. Regardless, you may also find that those set screws are really in there with some sort of Threadlocker (Brazilian Loctite) and you may have to heat up the Front Sight with a Hair Dryer to get the screws to turn.
 
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