Any ideas for this problem; My front sight is all the way to the left, the gun still shoots 4" left at 25 yards..... If it was'nt so friggin cold today I would have thought of using the sight hood as a sight. I was thinking of heating the thin part of the FSB with a torch and bending it to the right.
Mark is correct this is common with Romanian rifles it doesn't take much and it may not be visable to the eye. The best way to check is to remove mag and set the front of the reciever on the edge of a table then put a framing square next to the front sight, if it's canted you will see it compared to the square, also check the rear sight block as they can be canted as well.
If the sights are aligined then you may need to re-crown the barrel.
hope this helps
A small gear puller will move the site; because the gear puller (two prong) will pull off both sides of the hood you get a straight push instead of putting a side twist on a "C" clamp devise and trying to drive the site at an angle.
The tool that is sold at One Source will do windage and elevation, the one you linked from Midway will only do elevation. If your sight windage has not been moved before you may have a hard time moving it, go back to the beginning of this thread and read through it, there's some good info on how to move one that is stuck.
Last edited by Jim Fuller; 04-18-2007 at 05:54 AM.