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  1. coyoteman5
    I own two Springfield pistols a xdm 40 and a xd mod2. My question is would you be able to push the rear sight over to the right about 2mm? ever since I broke my navicular bone in my right hand I shoot to the left. Before my Ruger Mark two target model was stolen it had adjustable rear sight so I moved it over to the right a tad and that made up for my shooting to the left so I’d like to do that with my Springfields. Thank Brian O
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    1. LuckySG
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      Yes. Not a problem to do that.
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    2. LuckySG
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      Just adjusting a sight? No need to charge you. Take old sights off and new sights on that you purchased elsewhere would be fee worthy, new sights from me, no fee to install/adjust. We can do it while you wait, but the next few weekends I will be away at gun shows.
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    3. coyoteman5
      Awesome would I have leave my pistols there for a few days or can I just come by Saturday and you can move the rear sight over while I wait? And what would your charge be for doing that?
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