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Discussion in 'AR-15 Discussion' started by easterner123, Jul 31, 2011.
Where would I be able to buy a wrench to adjust a traditional M16A2 style sight?
Sight Adjustment Tool-M16A2 Rifle @ Ranger Joes
Amazon.com: UTG Model 4/15 4 Prong A2 Front Sight Tool: Sports & Outdoors
.223 A1 & A2 DUAL FRONT SIGHT ADJUSTMENT TOOL | eBay
A nail or a smashed shell casing will work as well as long as you don't mind some minor scaring of the FSP.
Thanks. I think I will go with the tool. I have tried to do it with a bullet... I think its worth the $5-10 for the tool IMHO.
Seems to me that I remember using the point of a fmj bullet in basic training to make adjustments on the front sight. The tool is well worth the $4 to $6 that they cost though. Just remembering where you put it is the only problem you'll have.
You can say that again!
Where IS that darn thing...
Here's the one you need, it has a hole in it and you can wear it on a string around your neck with your old P38.
TAPCO Front Sight Adjusting Tool (4-Prong) AR-15 A2 Steel - MidwayUSA
Yeah that's what I need! Funny, I do carry a P38, but on my keychain.
No we're not talking about a Walther, guys!
yes sir... bullets are what i use.. haha good old bootcamp!
Like every good soldier. I've got one on my keychain too with a miniture multi-tool & flashlight.
I just use a pair of plyers and a round from my magazine.