Lee King Posted February 10, 2010 Share Posted February 10, 2010 I got a CQB Master from Evike.com a couple of months ago. The front sight is unusually tall. I was able to adjust the rear sight and got it zeroed. But the sights sits way up. Yesterday, I was practicing in the garage when I saw something flip in my line of sight on a shot. It took me a minute to figure it out, but the screw adjusting the sight came loose. What I saw was the rear sight leaf flipping up. Fortunately, I found the screw and replaced it with a little blue locktite. I started shooting it again and again, it came loose. After closer examination I realized, I have to adjust the screw out to the last thread to get it to hit where I'm aiming. I adjusted the hop up and am able to get another turn on the screw than before. But the hop up is all the way to max. My questions are: 1) Is max hop up a bad thing? 2) It looks like the front sight is a dovetail. Can I just swap it for another from say... Dawson? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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