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I decided to install a Vortex Venom 3 moa red dot by using the rear sight replacement mount plate on my Glock 22 Gen 4 40. S&W. But even that I adjusted the elevation to the top setting, my shoots were grouped low at a 10 yards distance. Please advise.
 

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I decided to install a Vortex Venom 3 moa red dot by using the rear sight replacement mount plate on my Glock 22 Gen 4 40. S&W. But even that I adjusted the elevation to the top setting, my shoots were grouped low at a 10 yards distance. Please advise.
A lot of people have had this problem.

Some people make shims from aluminum coke cans... Some cut up feeler gauges to make shims... The best solution seems to be a plastic 1 degree delrin shim made for this purpose:

 

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A lot of people have had this problem.

Some people make shims from aluminum coke cans... Some cut up feeler gauges to make shims... The best solution seems to be a plastic 1 degree delrin shim made for this purpose:

Thanks Vortex also just suggested me the Delrin 1.0 shim. I would try it (y)
 

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A lot of people have had this problem.

Some people make shims from aluminum coke cans... Some cut up feeler gauges to make shims... The best solution seems to be a plastic 1 degree delrin shim made for this purpose:

That's some good info right there!
 

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Thanks Vortex also just suggested me the Delrin 1.0 shim. I would try it (y)
Yes it worked, now I'm able to adjust the elevation of my red dot correctly and getting more accurate shoots.
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Yes it worked, now I'm able to adjust the elevation of my red dot correctly and getting more accurate shoots.
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Excellent!

Glad it worked out for you.
 
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