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Adjusting CZ 75 SP-01 Shadow sights

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by Blackstone, Feb 4, 2013.

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  1. Blackstone

    Blackstone Member

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    I've got the aforementioned gun with fixed sights, but it shoots a little to the right, and I'm all but certain it isn't operator error. What's the best way to move the sights, without investing in adjustable sights?
     
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    Some kinds of sight pusher would be the best. I have comp sites on my 75b and moving them can be a little tricky if you put some tape on the side your moving away from you can see how far you have moved.

    I just use a hammer and black tape and try not to mess anything up.
     
  3. rcmodel

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    Use a brass punch and hammer.

    You can try a hardwood dowel, but if the sight is tight, a brass punch will work better.

    Just use something softer then the sight so you don't ding the finish.

    rc
     
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    My P01 has a tiny set screw. Check to see if your SP has it. I simply used a brass punch and hammer to knock it over a bit. Doesn't take much, just a 1/2mm or so.
     
  5. Blackstone

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    It shoots about half an inch to the right at 10m, any idea how far I should move it? It sounds like the brass punch and hammer method is a rather trial and error approach
     
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