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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are attempting to use a red laser in daylight, you have to wear special glasses to see it well. You may have to complete this project with less light, such as after dark, or indoors. Only green lasers will show up in daylight. If this is not helpful, then I suggest that you change the batteries to brand new ones that you are sure of. There is probably no adjustment possible. Best wishes for your safe shooting!
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
Bushnell sells nylon inserts for scope rings that fit inside of the scope rings and will affect the height of the ring to correct the problem. If you install them on the front scope ring, it will correct it and realign the rings correctly. It appears that the front ring towards the muzzle is not as high as the rear ring near the breach. This is why that even though the scope's adjustment is elevated as high as it will go, it is still hitting low because it is actually pointing down because apparently the rear ring is higher off the barrel than the front ring. The Bushnell inserts can correct this.
Posted on Sep 01, 2009
The problem with this is, the Sigma comes with Fixed Rear Sites. Non Adjustable.
I also have a good buddy of mine that was in the Police Academy who bought that gun for his duty weapon and was having the same problems you are. Hitting Way Low.
Now, another side to this problem Ive heard of is that the Sigma Series has a really heavy trigger pull. And a lot of shooters (More than 20) have come together with the fact that due to the heavy pull, it causes you to pull the muzzle downward as you squeeze the trigger...without even knowing it. Causing you to hit low.
If this is the case, I would take a guess that if you are a left handed shooter, you have too much finger on the trigger causing you to pull left...mixed with the heavy trigger pull, forcing downward. Or a Right handed shooter with the correct amount of finger on the trigger, but such a heavy pull, your pushing to the left. Just another thought for ya.
But from what my research has led me to find, there is no option yet for adjustable rear sites.
Here is a LINK to a website discussing the heavy Trigger Pull causing dropped Bullet Impacts. Read what they say and it might help ya. If you change some things, let me know. Id be interested to hear if it changes your POI. (Point of Impact)
Hope This Helps!
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
SOURCE: Have bought Ruger .270 rifle
Yes there is a screw on cap covering the adjustments. Here is one of there general manuals on the link below.
Posted on May 23, 2011
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