June 25th, 2005, 04:45 PM
Join Date: May 2005
Mine's not all the way over flush to the right. But I think if it were centered, I wouldn't have had to crank ten clicks of right windage into the rear sight to get zeroed.
Why don't I just move the front sight, you logically ask? Well, besides it being heavily staked where it is, I cannot get the allen screw to budge one bit. That sucker is ON there. (Which could actually be a good thing.)
The rifle is zeroed just fine now, it just disturbs my sense of the universe being in order to have the rear sight cranked so far to the right. Kinda the way in a flattop AR with a detach carry handle, you have to screw the front sight all the way to the top of the damn "ears" to get zero. (I KNOW the answer to that problem, though.)