What does LPA mean?
The LPA sight fits on an dovetail cut into the receiver of the gun.
This sight is $30 on the Crosman site: why do you charge so much?
Would you know if this sight would fit a Walther CP88
I am not unfamiliar with an Allen set screw but the Allen wrench that comes with my sight does not turn anything. I cannot feel it set into place, but it is small enough to slide around in the set screw hole. Can anyone confirm it really takes a 1.5mm Allen wrench?
I just got off the phone with Crosman who confirmed it is in fact a 1.5 mm hex. I can also confirm what a royal PITA it is to try and set that wrench into the screw. I have done it but it takes a great deal of patience.
Will this fit on a Crosman Vantage?
This sight slides into the slot but is so loose it falls out. How do you attach it to the breech?
It has two small holes on top of it. Those have screws in them. Use the very small Allen wrench to tighten them up when the sight is centered.
will this sight fit the dovetail notch on the crosman 1710P. It looks like the Williams site will not work because of interference with the bolt.
I would also like to hear an answer to this question. I have a 1700P
does the allen wrench lock the adjustments?
No. The allen wrench locks the sight in place on the pistol. You have to use a small flathead screwdriver to adjust the sight after you lock it down. Lock it down close to center.
Which direction do you turn the screws for elevation and windage?
clockwise to raise the elevation, clockwise to move the sight to the left
can this sight be used with real pistol?
No, it's designed to go onto the steel breech of a crosman pistol.
Will the LPA MIM rear sight fit the 1701P?
Yes, it is a direct fit.
How do I install and adjust the Crosman LPA MIM Rear Sight, For Crosman Guns with a Steel Breech?
There is a grove at the rear of the steel breech. It slide into it.