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Posted: 9/28/2004 5:13:34 PM EST
All,

I have a 14.5 Bushy Upper with Phantom FH. I purchased this off the EE on this site. However, I finally took it out and zeroed the rifle today. Needless to say, the rifle is zeroed now, but I'm not impressed as to the extremes the sights were moved in order to achieve it.

The front sight was moved down to the point where you only see half of the front sight post. For reference, the front sight started at a flush position.

The reaer sight was adjusted for windage. The verticle line on the rear sight is now lined up with the 3rd vertical line to the left on the sight base.

While the rifle is zeroed, and I most definitely hit whatever I'm aiming at, I'm a little worried at the extremes the sights are adjusted. As a perfectionist, its also a little unsightly and I'm use to front sights that are more visible and rear sights that are more centered.

Is there anyway to correct this?
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