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I've had a couple that I needed to adjust for my POA. I don't think it's unusual.
^^^^this^^^^Prior to moving the sight, I would advocate you check Point of Aim/Point of Impact (POA/POI) from a bench rest. I've had several handguns that shot true POA/POI and the sights were not centered. Confirm first the need to move, then determine how much movement is needed, if any. By shooting from a bench rest, could be as simple as your range bag, you can eliminate shooter influence from the equation and look only at the influence of the weapon.
according to the sig cs rep i spoke to when i called for 2 mag issues and i asked about the sights being off, they said they do not "sight them in" they center them "close enough" and test fire and send them outI don't think they do any sighting in at the factory, they just put the sights on and call it good. Several of mine have had the sights installed all over the place lately, mostly left of center.
I agree, but it is what it is. I've bought other brands with the sights not centered- it happens. For the record, I've never gotten a Sig with the sights off.I guess I'm somewhat disappointed that they're "good enough" from the factory. I'd think a PREMIUM brand would start them in a true zero position, assuming the rest of the gun is maghined at true zero. Maybe my thinking is off. Shrug.
Whoa, whoa, whoa!!! Have you sighted it from a rest yet? Let's not get all wound up until you know where you are.