That is NOT the typical pawnbroker. They will screw you for every penny.
I agree. He is not your typical pawnbroker. A few years back he bought an engraving machine and wanted to get into engraving firearms. I used my Glock 23 as a guinea pig for him. He engraved several of my agency badges on the slide and they turned out great.That is NOT the typical pawnbroker. They will screw you for every penny.
We get the pawn slips from area pawn shops sent to us every week. People are selling their Glock 42s for $150-$200. It's sad.What is sad is how little people will take for their valued items when they are in need. I guarantee he made decent money off of me even at $200.
You mean you aren't supposed to make sure the screws are all snug????I think I figured out why the guy wanted to get rid of it in the first place. Lol
I put the site on to co-witness the hologram and my backup sites and found that the hologram was in the upper left corner of the site picture. The adjustment screws had been turned completely to their stops.
A few moments of adjusting brought it within specifications and had me shooting approximately half an inch high at 50 yards.
Since I have now "fixed" this site, I'll sell it to you for $350.