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Crosman LPA MIM rear sight
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Things I liked: Quality of construction, ease of installation.
Things I would have changed: A bit confusing with selecting this item when ordering steel breech upgrade. PA should have a reminder system in place to ask if you are sure you want to place an order for the steel breech upgrade without a rear sight. That's what happened to me.
What others should know: Unless you are very familiar with PA's online order system I would suggest talking to a real person when placing orders.
Things I liked: Easy to make adjustment and solidly built, no plastic, came with adjusting tool. Easy to install.
Things I would have changed: This did not come with any instruction so you have to figure it out for your self on how to do the adjustment but once you figured it out it's really easy. It will be nice if it comes with a simple instruction.
What others should know: I would say that this is the best or one of the best open sight you can buy, this complement my fibre optic front sight.
Things I liked: The sight is well made.
Things I would have changed: nothing.
What others should know: The sight was put on a 2260, with steel a breach. The sight is too close to my eye to see it. It needs to be farther down the barrel for my use. (NOTE) I'm 70 years old. I am going to try this on an old Rossy levergun to see if will work on it.
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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?
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.