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Apparently the Thunder has a couple generations of sights. Mine I believe are the latest rev for the 380 and I've attached pics of the rear and front sights to avoid confusion.

I seem to be hitting right of aim fairly consistently and would appreciate guidance on which sights control what, and how to move my landing point to the left.
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Move the rear sight in the direction you want the bullet to go. By the looks of it, it wouldn't take much.
 

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You don’t mention the distance at which you were shooting, but if it was 7 yards I‘d call your point of impact “Good Enough”. If you are a competition shooter, what Newt said.
 

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Yeah, those target look pretty good to me. I would say you pistola is already sighted in.

However......if you feel you must adj your sights....... I believe that screw on your rear sight is the adjustment. BUT- it has "limited travel".
If you turn it counter clockwise- the rear sight should shift to the right. If you turn it too much- the screw falls out and there is a spring in there that will also fall out- not to mention the sight blade.
If you turn it clockwise- you push the sight to the left. I believe you should hear or feel a click- click-click when you turn it.
 

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If I screw the sight all the way clockwise, I'm still landing a little right of ON. Can I drift the front sight with a punch?
 

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Yes. I have never done that to mine, but it looks drift-able to me.
But before you do that....have you tried shooting that gun at a target from bench rest? I'm just wondering if you may have too much or too little finger on the trigger?
 
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