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16Bore

Well-known member
Feb 11, 2010
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Virgina
move the rear sight in the direction you want the bullet to go..right in your case. Shit, I think that's right...If its a snappy 45, quite fighting recoil or get a longer trigger.
 

MikeNZ

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Nov 18, 2007
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New Zealand
Just line the sights up, then imagine that the notch on the rear sight was a bit off to the right.

What way would the front sight (and therefore the end of the barrel) need to move to re-align the sights?

(Hint - not left)
 

whitedog

Member
Jan 2, 2012
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Hood Canal
Take a step to your right. Fire for effect. Still a bit left? Take another step right. Repeat until stuff lines up. Moving the target left would be cheaten.
 

J-Hon

Administrator
Dec 11, 2007
582
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Northern Ky
Move it right, but if you are right handed, check your grip tension and trigger squeeze if the sight looks like it's centered. More likely... it's you.