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 The other day I was shooting my Super-Bisley, I noticed that the front sight was crooked. Before that my point of impact would move to the left every once in a while. I would adjust the back sight and call it my fault. I'm still new to this handgun so I figure the gun and I are seating in as one. I bought the gun used, it's only a few years old acording to Ruger. This morning I took the Ruger out  and looked down the barrel, I notice the front sight was cocked to one side. I check everything out it looked fine, except the front sight. It was tight (pinned style) but crooked. So, I put the barrel in the vise and grabbed the grip frame and grunted! Took it out of the vise, not bad. Sighted it back in, now the back sight is in the middle of the adjustment.
So I ask you good men, does this happen very often? Do I have a sick Ruger?
 

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  I should of explain it a little clearer, sorry. The sight base is fix mounted to the barrel and the front blade sits in it with a pin holding it. The sight was straight when I got the gun about four months ago. Between fire lapping and playing with different loads and bullet types I have 2200 rounds through it. I replaced the front sight a while ago that didn't help. Sorry I didn't put this message with the first one.
 
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