View Full Version : Sighting in Sig 522 Swat Commando
09-06-2011, 4:09 PM
I just picked up my new baby today. A Sig 522 Swat Commando! It will make a nice companion with my S&W 15-22 and my Sig 522 Classic. The rifle comes with a Williams peep sight but no instructions on how to sight it in:confused:
So, for a Williams peep, clockwise or counter clockwise to raise point of impact? Clockwise or counter clockwise to move point of impact to the right?
thanks in advance for any help.
I have a question about your rifle!
I just shot a Sig 522 Commando that came with a folding, adjustable stock out at a Reno range.
Are those allowed in California?
It was pretty sweet and I'd like to get one.
09-11-2011, 6:18 PM
Yes they are. The OAL is over 26" when folded.
09-11-2011, 6:26 PM
Can't help you on the CW/CCW question but each click on the Williams sight corresponds to 1/4" @100 yds, 1/8" @ 50 yds. Suggest you start at 50 yds and just get on paper. Then fire one round, move the elevation CW for 8 clicks and see which way point of impact moves. Then do the same for windage. Or email Williams for the info.
09-11-2011, 11:07 PM
Thanks for the responses.
1.Yep, the 522 Swat Commando is Cali legal.:)
2.I had a chance to take it to the range on Friday. Turns out all I needed to do is loosen a set screw and physically move the sight for both elevation and windage. No problems sighting in at 25 yds.
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