Steve at Steve's Gunz does a conversion for it, however, you should really shoot it first. You might find that you do just fine with the std front sight. I got a 3/32" brass bead front sight for my newer 20" carbine and I'm not sure that I'm any more accurate with it than I was with the original one. If you're going for accuracy, get a 1/16" brass bead. I have that version on my 24" rifle and that does make a big difference!Thanks for the information, guys. I did not think about the front sight. Is there a fix, as I understand this configuration is less accurate?