375 H&H by Holland & Holland Aperture sight windage adjustment
Frederik Badenhorst

375 H&H by Holland & Holland Aperture sight windage adjustment

I have a 375 H&H by Holland & Holland that is fitted with a cocking piece mounted aperture sight.

The problem is the rifle shoots a foot to the left at 100m.

I tried to figure out how to adjust the windage on this aperture sight so it might work , but unfortunately has had no luck so far.

The front sight is captive - it slides into position without any possibility for sideways movement.

Any assistance would be appreciated.
Frederik, to me it looks like the rear facing screw below the aperture is the arresting screw for the aperture. Try loosening that screw enough to be able to roll or slide the aperture to the right. I have a cocking piece mounted ghost ring on my 404 Jeffery - slightly different design, but the principle remains the same
 

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