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List Price $55.00 Save $7.01 (12%)
Crosman LPA MIM rear sight
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Things I liked: Good quality for the price. Installation was easy with included tools. Positive adjustments for both elevation and windage and the sight holds zero well so far.
Things I would have changed: Can't think of anything.
Things I liked: Turned my 1377 into more of a tac driver then it was before. Quarter size groups at 20 yards. I bought the basic gun years ago with the carbine stock. Then the steel breech. And finally the rear sight just a week ago. All metal construction.
Things I would have changed: The holes through the adjustable part of the sight don't line up well with the screws that tighten the sight to the breech. The dovetail of the sight that slides into the breech is so tight I needed to use a hammer to drive it into position. (not sure whether this is a good or bad thing)
What others should know: Kind of expensive at $47.99 but then again this rear sight is firearm quality.
Things I liked: Not being able to find a replacement rear sight for my EAA Witness Elite 9mm semi handgun, I decided to do a deep search on Google. Instead of the usual just stop and look a the first page, somewhere about page 10 I found an old web blog from years ago. It mentioned that the this LPA sight would work even though it was meant for a Crossman airgun. Turned out it works! AND it costs .... wait for it ... 1/3 the asking price of what I would have paid had I been able to find it in stock!!! Not only did it fit, but it also didn't need any adjustment. Even though it allows for plenty of elevation and windage I popped it on with a few plastic mallet taps and I am back in business..
Things I would have changed: Absolutely nothing!
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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.