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I've got a PPQ and need to move the rear sight. I understand that they make two types of sights; one that moves via a screw, and the other that must be drifted or use a sight pusher.
Mine has a round hole going through it, indicating it might be the screwtype, but there is no screw.
When looking at it from the side, the sight does not sit completely flat on the bottom. You can see light between the sight and the bed it sits in.
Is this a screwtype that's missing the screw, or the drift type?
There is no plunger either.
 

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Like Olsoul said, that's the push type, and the visible gap is normal for this kind of sight. And if you look closely, the hole is is a little springy roll pin, holding the sight in position.
 

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It is called a toothed roll pin... :)



 

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Thanks guys. I bought a nice sight pusher and all is fine. I may replace the stock sights with TFX Pro. If anyone can give me their impression on these, it would be appreciated.
Ps: I'm not new to shooting, just this site.
Guns owned: SW 99, Ruger Security Six, Ruger Speed Six, Glock 19, Springfield XD, Walther PPX, Walther PPQ, Sig 250, HK P30sk, CZ Scorpion, and a couple from way back that I've forgot about.
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