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It looks like there's a tiny set screw in there but I can't find an allen wrench that fits. Is it actually a screw or is it pinned? I had to move my rear sight way over to get on target and wanted to move my front sight some so the rear doesn't look so goofy being over so far.
 

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It's a screw. If the sight is dovetailed, it can be drifted. ;)
 

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So it is an allen head screw, right? Maybe I was missing the one I need but it seemed like I tried them all and nothing fit. Thanks for the help.
 

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Ukraine Train said:
So it is an allen head screw, right? Maybe I was missing the one I need but it seemed like I tried them all and nothing fit. Thanks for the help.
Stock front is 1.5mm hex. Rear is 2mm. There is a thin layer of ruber under the sight, so its a little hard to move. Use a hair dryer to heat the area, remove the screw, and use a brass punch (or a phenolic punch) so that you do not marr the metal up. Before you tighten it back down once its in the correct place, i'd suggest Lock Tight Red.

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