Friday, November 7, 2008

Mounting a Williams Sight on a Crosman 167, Part 2

So I need some longer mounting screws...

Turned and threads cut.

And cut off.


The lower base hole needed to be elongated.

As did the shim.

A tiny vise holds the sight blade (? insert?) and I slot it deeper.

And mill the top down. The goal was to have it roughly in the middle of the adjustment range when the rifle was zeroed at 10 yards.

I slapped some paint on the exposed aluminum. Mounted solidly. I think I could get away without using a shim if I could overlook the gap between the barrel and the base.

a bunch of shots to sight it in and then 5 shots in a row (only at 7 yards...too dark outside) pretty much on center.

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