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I traded for a M&P 22 today. Got the pistol, Blackhawk paddle holster and about half a box of rem thunderbolt ammo. Cleaned it up, it was pretty gunked up, Put about 50 rds. thru it , worked just fine. The only problem I had is it shoots to the left about 2 inches at about 10 yards. Kinda did a quick interweb search and mostly found stuff on replacing the sights. Anyone got advice on adjusting the windage on it? It has what looks like a pin or set screw on the rear sight? Is that where it adjusts? Just thought id ask before i start sticking screwdrivers in outlets.lol
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Doesn't look like the stock sight. Me thinks the pin you're seeing is the pivot for the elevation. Looks like the only way to adjust for windage is to use a sight pusher to adjust the front or rear dovetail sights.
 

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Doesn't look like the stock sight. Me thinks the pin you're seeing is the pivot for the elevation. Looks like the only way to adjust for windage is to use a sight pusher to adjust the front or rear dovetail sights.
Thanks Guys. Here are pics of front and rear sights. Mine doesnt have a windage adjustment on the rear. What thru me off is i watched a vid that said it was a single point adjustment and i saw the blue {loctite?} on the pin on the rear sight.
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