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Posted: 9/17/2003 5:12:26 AM EDT
Hi all,

Got my SAR-2 back some time ago from putting on a new FSB and the romy brake...

Problem is, now i shoots quite a bit to the left at 200 meters. Say, about a foot. Obviously off close-range, too. The base itself is aligned perfectly vertical.

How can I adjust windage? Is it just knocking the front sight base with a leather mallet until it's lined up? There's gotta be a better way than that

Thanks...
Link Posted: 9/17/2003 6:21:41 AM EDT
Get a C clamp and a small socket set from your work area. The front post rests in a roughly 1/4" cylinder in the base, so find a small socket to push on one side, and a larger socket for the other side so the cylinder is nto stopped by the clamp. Push a bit, shoot a group, repeat as needed.
Link Posted: 9/17/2003 6:26:27 AM EDT
There is a Chinese AK sight tool sold by various vendors for around $8.00 but I heard that it doesn't work that great so I went with the B-Square AK sight tool. It cost around $20.00, but is definitely a quality piece and easy to use. It clamps onto the front sight base and then you just turn the adjustment screw in the direction you want. Those are about the only choices you have.
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