The rear sight has a "flip" arrangement for different ranges.
The 100m is a "V" sight, the 200m, 300m, and 400m are similar to the M-16 rear sight (an "O")
My thoughts are to "Dremel" the welds. After removing the sight, file the remaining weld marks on the receiver and re-weld with a wire feed welder.
My concern is warpage of the receiver (it is stamped metal).
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I thought about moving my rear sight, but sold it before I got the initiative to to so.
Dremel with a cut off wheel would remove it, then a few tack welds to put it back on. Be careful, and you wont overheat the receiver.
I could make a list of a bunch of guns i have, or "have", or wish I had. Why would one feel compelled to provide that infornation freely? Do you feel the need to show off? Is it some immature game of oneupsmanship?
i used a cutoff wheel to remove my cetme rear sight,then die grinded/file,to prep the rear sight area.
i replaced my rear sight with a hk91/g3 sight and base...it gives you windage & elevation adjusments.its the best 30bucks you'll spend on a cetmeunless you want to scope it then throw a claw mount on it. this is the site i bought my hk sight from-