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Okay, after two months ownership, I want to move the rear sight slight right - I am not slapping the trigger but even support, dead alignment shoots left.

So I looked for an adjustment screw and it appears to be missing...at first I thought there was something on the hole...nope...

And nowhere can I find HOW you move that rear sight..do you need a sight pusher ? And what does the screw do...?

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I believe you are going to have to talk to Bersa. The screw is definitely missing. The sight blade is probably quite loose with the screw missing. May fall out.
Do you have a Gander Mtn nearby? They may be able to do the warranty work on it.

edit: The screw is used to adjust the sight blade for windage (left or right). It probably also retains the sight blade in the base.
 

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I believe you are going to have to talk to Bersa. The screw is definitely missing. The sight blade is probably quite loose with the screw missing. May fall out.
Do you have a Gander Mtn nearby? They may be able to do the warranty work on it.

edit: The screw is used to adjust the sight blade for windage (left or right). It probably also retains the sight blade in the base.
This is correct, the screw can be used to adjust windage, and holds the blade in. Rear sight screws are located at bersa.com, or you can give our office a call and we can help you out! (732) 493-0333
 

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I had a used BT .380 that had the screw come out and I lost the sight blade. There are 3 parts. The blade, the screw and a spring. Tried to get them from Numrich Gun Parts, but they were not in stock at the time. So, I used the gun with just the rear sight base. My son has it now and still uses it with the sight blade missing.
 
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