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Old 09-03-2012, 02:22 AM   #1
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Is anybody familiar with Mech-Tech Systems. I received an upper to fit my Glock 20 on saturday, and am having problems with the sites. I had them put peep sites on the rail and after playing around for awhile the closest I can get it to shoot is 6" low ten feet away from the target. Just curious if anybody else is familiar with them. I am going to call customer support on Tuesday morning.


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Old 09-03-2012, 02:32 AM   #2
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I don't know of any rifles that shoot point of aim at 10 feet.

25 yards is the minimum you should sight in at.
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I don't know of any rifles that shoot point of aim at 10 feet.

25 yards is the minimum you should sight in at.
Agreed, even with 22lr you will shoot really low at 10ft.

Take the mans advice, move your target to 25 yards and beyond and the gun should be as accurate as the shooter.
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I didn't mention that at 10 yards I am 14" low, and if I move out to 25 yards I am shooting around 30" low and I cannot adjust the sites anymore.
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Have you tried a scope?
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30" low at 25 yds is abhorrent. Contact them.
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That low is unacceptable. The sights were apparently an after thought and not regulated to the gun.
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Either use a red dot or get a set of Magpul sights. I have a set of sights that look just like those, never could get them to work on my AR.


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