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Advice Help getting adjustable sights for Umarex Beretta M 92 FS

Discussion in 'Air Pistols' started by streeterdjp, Jul 4, 2014.

  1. streeterdjp

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    I currently have no rear sight and the standard front sight on a Umarex Beretta M 92 FS that I bought.
    I have ordered the original rear sight but note that it has no adjustable elevation.
    I found that the CP88 has the same rear sight.
    I found messages on here that adjustable sights for the 92FS and CP88 are discontinued.

    Does anyone know of a set I can buy from somewhere?

    Thanks

    Dave
     
  2. Trouserferret

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    I think what you're looking for are the "Competition" sights.

    Rare as hen's teeth mate, and tbh not much craic on a pistol that isn't all that accurate to begin with. I opted for some reflex sights on my CP88, fine for plinking but wouldn't want to take on much paper punching with it. Think even the standard opens would be more reliable with a bit of fettling. Any sets I've seen the seller is asking a daft amount of money. Still, if it's what you want on your gun go for it. I'll never get back what I've spent on mine, but it has been a labour of love.
     
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    Trouserferret thanks for the reply. Do you know when I can get "reflex sights" ?
     
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    No probs, dude.

    To fit reflex sights (or indeed, any sort of optics), you need to buy an adaptor rail that slots into the rear sight groove. These usually cost more than the sight unfortunately. There's a few suppliers in the UK, think I paid about £14 for mine.

    View attachment 99439

    After that, a certain online auction site and some kind Chinese suppliers will fit you out with a half decent sight for the paltry sum of around seven quid (free delivery from across the globe!). :D
     
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    Trouserferret thanks again, is there a special kind of 11mm rail that I need or are they standard?
     
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    Trouserferret belay that, just found a rear mounted 11mm rail for £9.99 on eBay in the UK, now to find a sight for it! Many thanks again.
     
  7. Trouserferret

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    Good man. And you're welcome! :up:

    My sight only took about 10 days to arrive from the Hong of Kong, and I've yet to be disappointed with it.
     
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    Trouserferret, do you think this is any good?

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Tactical-...Hunting_ShootingSports_ET&hash=item3a8a1ebded

     
  9. Trouserferret

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    That's the very one I have on my CP88, but buying from foreign lands will get you one much cheaper. Longer wait, but will save you a bit of cash.

    It's good fun, decent for quick target acquisition but not as accurate as the open sights. Takes a bit of getting used to. Once it's set up right it's a good wee reflex for the money. Decent clarity and brightness.
     

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