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Adjusting fixed sights

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by MoreIsLess, Jan 10, 2013.

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  1. MoreIsLess

    MoreIsLess Member

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    I have a Sig 226 9mm. A few months ago, my Trijicon sight went bad so I sent it back to Sig Sauer and they fixed it. I've noticed that ever since it came back, it shoots consistently low, even at close range. Assuming the sights are off, how can I get them corrected (outside of sending it back to Sig)
     
  2. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

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    SIG makes elevation adjustments with different front & rear sight heights.

    The only way to change it is change one of the sights.

    Rear Sight Heights:

    #4 = 5.24mm (0.21 inches)
    #5 = 5.52mm (0.22 inches)
    #6 = 5.80mm (0.23 inches)
    #7 = 6.07mm (0.24 inches)
    #8 = 6.35mm (0.25 inches)
    #9 = 6.62mm (0.26 inches)
    #10 = 6.90mm (0.27 inches)

    Front Sight Heights:

    #5 = 6.01mm (0.235 inches)
    #6 = 5.88mm (0.230 inches)
    #7 = 5.74mm (0.225 inches)
    #8 = 5.60mm (0.220 inches)
    #9 = 5.46mm (0.215 inches)
    #10 = 5.32mm (0.210 inches)

    rc
     
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