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Old February 3, 2013, 11:59 AM   #3
m&p45acp10+1
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Join Date: May 3, 2009
Location: Central Texas
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If the reason for taking the boyonette is for keeping it shooting straight. Well there is a simple solution to that. A hammer, a drift punch, a few tagets, and some ammo. Work at 25 yards to get it lined up. Fire 2 shots if they are both right then take the punch and hammer then tap the front sight to the right with a tap, tap, tap, tap. Fire another 2 shots. Repeat adjustments till the sight is lined up that the shots are going dead center at 25 yards.


If you decide you want to take it back to the settng it was from the factory there is a line on the sight, and receiver tap till they line up it is back to default factory setting.
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