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Earn 48 Bullseye Bucks
List Price $55.00 Save $7.01 (12%)
Crosman LPA MIM rear sight
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Things I liked: Appears to be a nice sight.
Things I would have changed: Not sure if the sight is poorly machined or if the breech is cut too large.
Things I liked: High quality at an affordable price. Easy to adjust with included pocket tool.
Things I would have changed: N/A
Things I liked: Easy to see white dots, steel construction instead of plastic and looks good on 1377.
Things I would have changed: It needs a tighter fit into dovetail so it sits lower and doesn't run out of elevation adjustment which causes it to impact high on target. Maybe a narrower slot. Although it's pretty easy to figure out, instructions would be helpful. Thanks Pyramid for the warning about not over tightening set screws.
What others should know: My only problem with the sight is I ran out of elevation adjustment down before I could get the gun to impact low enough. With the elevation bottomed out I shot @1.5" consistantly holding 6 o'clock to the bull at 30ft. From 50-60 ft it was impacting much higher. I tried a plastic shim to get the sight to sit lower in dovetail. It helped but was not enough. I've heard this complaint in reviews before and after my purchase. Since I couldn't bring the rear sight down more I decided to bring the front sight up. I had some round headed tiny brass tacks in my workshop which I shortened to match the top of front blade and taped it on to try it out after raising rear sight several clicks. After one minor adjustment it was dead on accurate from 35 ft. At 60 ft. it was still on target so I glued the tack down and sanded and blackened the glue. It has the brass bead look now(see photo). If your 1377/1322 is hitting high and you like the sight otherwise, this could be a solution.
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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.