On this one the windage is adjusted at the front, elevation at the back:
On this one it's reversed
, windage at the rear, elevation at the front:
Dave_M wrote:Wait, I forget--where on an AR front sight do I have to pull out a file to adjust?
Luckily we have some fairly moderate winters in my AO, average highs run between 54F to 90F through-out the year. It's in the mid 80s right now, probably the perfect time to "regulate" that front post (hopefully tomorrow, now that I have the beast put together).Too bad I don't have a mud hut to do it in....might get me some "cred" with some of the youngsters around here.
Dave_M wrote:I mean shit, I understand you're defending your pet purchase but don't try to make it seem equal; it's not. It's a pretty product held in place by screws. That's it.
correct. The newer Venom blocks come with a pre-drilled pilot hole so that you can atleast put one pin back in the system (and one
has to be better than none
*And yes I realize that, along with knocking a few ounces off of the nose, I also knocked a few inches off of the sight-radius.