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Signing in a M&P 9c

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Old 09-04-2013, 12:20 PM   #1
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Default Signing in a M&P 9c

I been putting off Lowering my sights.
When I shoot I have to cover my target to hit in the Middle. I want a 6 o'clock target.

So... Do I turn Counterclockwise or Clockwise to lower my Gunsight. Once again I have to cover the bulleye to hit it. I want to aim below the bulleye to hit ( 6 o'clock).

When I do that I don't need lock tight on it afterwards right ?

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Old 09-04-2013, 01:03 PM   #2
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Unless s&w has a new model C with adjustable sights its a fixed non height adjustable sight. And I could very well be wrong . The screw is a set screw that will offer some side to side adjustment but thats it.

You can get a replacement front sight that can be shorter to raise your bullet impact point and dawson gives you some options for a sight type height and width and design. +Wesson+MP+Front+Sights
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