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So I "zeroed" my AK the other day. Not really, but I know that I need to move my point of impact to the left. So I went to use my trusty dusty AK front sight tool, and the damn thing won't move. I used pliers to crank the tool as hard as I dare without bending it. At home, I tried a hammer, once again, as much as I dare without damaging my front sight assembly.


So now I'm out of ideas. I was wondering if someone could tell me how to pay homage to the AK gods, and perhaps they'll miracle my front sight over.


Let me know.
 

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So I "zeroed" my AK the other day. Not really, but I know that I need to move my point of impact to the left. So I went to use my trusty dusty AK front sight tool, and the damn thing won't move. I used pliers to crank the tool as hard as I dare without bending it. At home, I tried a hammer, once again, as much as I dare without damaging my front sight assembly.


So now I'm out of ideas. I was wondering if someone could tell me how to pay homage to the AK gods, and perhaps they'll miracle my front sight over.


Let me know.
Use a spent shell casing and a hammer. if it don't move just use the hammer and Wack it. You can't hurt it. The abuse it can take is unreal.
 

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Try applying heat and penetrating oil. If possible, try having pressure on the windage barrel while it's soaking in the oil.

PB Blaster works very well. Good Luck
 
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