Berettas have fixed sights. The methods of adjustment do not change, however. Are you sure you want to delete this answer? And the idea of an adjustable sight is not a bad one - here's a link. So what I did, was at home, following the 4 rules, and making sure it is indeed unloaded, I put a piece of paper with a black dot in the middle about 15 feet away. The formula for figuring how much to move it is: Fire five shots. Your Beretta should group about a 4" circle at 25 yards, and about 6" at 50 yards.
On this, your coach or partner loads your mags but sneaks in a dummy round, causing a misfire and forcing you to do a misfire drill. I bought an adjustable sight and replaced the fixed one. Call your shots. You can use for elevation but if you do anything to the front sight you go the oppitsit direction.
After spending countless rounds figuring out it was not my technique. Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Third, analyze your target. You jsut do not pick it up, load it, and pull the trigger. Rating Newest Oldest. This pistol is currently being accurized by the Marines and Army for national match competition, it is capable of exceptional accuracy!
Beretta 92 rear sight adjusment? GTG, then yeah adjust your sights.
Use both hands, resting your wrists and the grip on the sandbags. Beretta 92FS shoots to the right.
Have a decent range guy shoot it - one whos good at a 92FS. This is not the time to whine about the trigger quality of your service pistol.
Being a Marine I shoot the M9 all of the time. The 92FS doesn't have adjustable sights so I'm at a loss at what to do. Wouldn t mind traveling east if needed.?
Do you have any links? Other sights may have one dot on the rear and one on the front and the dots must be stacked. It will not hurt a 92, it costs nothing.