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Hi-Point 995ts carbine

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Jerry Blankenship, Jan 9, 2011.

  1. Jerry Blankenship

    Jerry Blankenship New Member

    Jul 30, 2010
    Pleasant Hope Mo.
    I am having trouble sighting my rifle in, I have got a laser bore sighter in it the laser points lower then my sights do, I have lowered my front sights down all the way, And rised my real sights up all the way. What can I do
  2. epijunkie67

    epijunkie67 Active Member

    Apr 21, 2004
    East TN
    Is the rifle new or used? Has it been damaged in any way? It sounds like something is out of alignment. Do you have other rifles and do you have to sight them at the limits of their sight pictures?

    If you have other rifles and can shoot them normally without messing with the sights a lot I'd guess something is wrong with your rifle. You might want to call customer service as I understand they are quick to help people. You may have to send it in for warrenty work.

    If you don't have other rifles and haven't shot before maybe you could have an experienced shooter shoulder the weapon and look at the sight picture. Maybe you have an out of position cheek weld causing you to get a poor sight picture. If they also can't seem to get things lined up then you're back to calling customer service.
  3. Mike J

    Mike J Senior Member

    Jul 3, 2007
    I would think the rear sight would need to be lower & if the front sight is adjustable it might need to be higher. I am really not familiar with the sights on these rifles but I am thinking about how the adjustable sights on my .357 revolver work. The lower the rear sight the lower the top of the front sight blade will be in relation to the action. If the front sight were taller it would make the barrel go even lower with a proper sight picture.

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