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    My ptr9ct is getting sent back to get the sights checked. you shouldn't have to adjust the windage all the way to the right to get it to zero at 50yards. I talked to customer service and they were most helpful. We'll see how they do for the turnaround time.

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    They did pretty good on getting my KT mag well fixed and sent back to me. Good luck.
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    Should be back this week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walruskid74 View Post
    My ptr9ct is getting sent back to get the sights checked. you shouldn't have to adjust the windage all the way to the right to get it to zero at 50yards. I talked to customer service and they were most helpful. We'll see how they do for the turnaround time.
    While I agree, the proper distance to zero this type of firearm is 25 yards. Good luck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HKSIGslinger View Post
    While I agree, the proper distance to zero this type of firearm is 25 yards. Good luck!
    That may be the case, but it wouldn't surprise me if a crooked reunion, lopsided rear sight base or triple tree made it out...

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    I zero at 50 because I shoot at 50. Elevation was never an issue, windage was. Front sight assembly looked canted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKSIGslinger View Post
    While I agree, the proper distance to zero this type of firearm is 25 yards. Good luck!
    There is NO "proper" distance to zero a firearm except for what that person will want to zero it for... :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by shojus View Post
    There is NO "proper" distance to zero a firearm except for what that person will want to zero it for... :)
    Cool, go tell HK that or anyone who actually knows anything about roller delayed firearms of this type. :)

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    New manufacturing!!!

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    Ok, I have to ask. Why is 25 meters the " proper" distance

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