Iron Sight adjustment For The TC InLine Muzzleloader

Some T/C in-line muzzleloaders are equipped with a standard rifle rear sight (Diagram "A" Below) which is adjustable for elevation by moving the elevation "blade" up or down to change the point of impact. To do this, turn the Elevation adjustment Screw clockwise (as viewed from the muzzle end) to raise the point of impact, and counterclockwise, to lower the point of impact.

To adjust the windage it is necessary to move the entire rear sight leaf left or right by using the slotted screw head on the right side of the rear sight (as viewed from the receiver end). Move the rear sight in the direction you want your shots to hit-- (Example; Turn the screw clockwise to move your shots to the right and counter-clockwise to move the shots to the left).

Diagram A

Some Models Have A Rear Sight That Looks Like This.

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Elevation

Adjustment

Screw

Elevation

Adjustment

Screw

Some T/C in-line muzzleloaders are equipped with a standard rifle rear sight (Diagram "B" Below) which is adjustable for elevation by moving the elevation "blade" up or down to change the point of impact. To do this, turn the Elevation adjustment Screw clockwise (as viewed from the receiver end) to lower the point of impact, and counterclockwise, to raise the point of impact.

To adjust the windage it is necessary to move the entire rear sight leaf left or right by using the slotted screw head on the right side of the rear sight (as viewed from the receiver end of the sight). Move the rear sight blade in the direction you want your shots to hit- (Example; Turn the screw clockwise - thereby moving the sight blade to the right, to move your shots to the right and counter-clockwise to move the shots to the left).

Diagram B

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