The trick is to run the screw in till it butts up against the rear sight..back it out till you can just insert the spring and detent and then push down on the detent and screw it in at which point the rear sight body should hold it in so you can screw it down completely..not a big deal if you are steady..all5x
S.B. get yourself one of those clear freezer bags (about the gallon size) put the sight and parts inside...There's enough room to get both hand inside and see what your doing. If a spring or detent slips it's still caught, not across the room somewhere...
Sure I have many times. Do as Keith says and operate in a plastic bag if your afraid of loosing parts, as these things are very small. Check out the FAQ, there is a sketch of what the parts look like, plus a picture or two.
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