Elevation may be adjusted by loosening the smaller of the two screws on the rear sight base. This will allow the sight leaf base to be raised or lowered by sliding the base up or down the rear sight ramp. Tighten screw after adjustment (Figure 16).
Windage may be adjusted by loosening the larger of the two screws and sliding the sight leaf left or right in the sight base. Tighten screw after adjustment (Figure 16).
Remember: Move the rear sight in the same direction you would like the shot to move. For example, if the point of impact is low and left of the point of aim, move the rear sight up and to the right.
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